The purposes of an e-portfolio are many, and they vary, they work nicely with compelling digital resumes. They are useful marketing materials that are in a position to attract employers who are prospective for comments and feedback. An e-portfolio is not just a list but a detail description of learning which is a reflection of nature as well as reflective of itself. It is a sample that defines both the weakness and the strengths of the employee.
A good e-portfolio gives the student an opportunity to reflect their work as well as thinking on their progress within the broad concept of metacognition. It has provided fair chances for metacognition though reflections which may give the student an opportunity to develop the positive outcomes as well as skills. Works saved in the e-portfolio are in a position in building learners academic and personal identities when they complete the complex assignment as they reflect their progress and capabilities (Domowitz, & Moghe, 2018).
It gives learners an opportunity to facilitate the integrity of learning since they can have connections across time and courses. Helps in developing self-assurance abilities whereby students can judge the work quality by using the same criteria as that of experts. Learners can plan their academic plans as they have come to understand what they still need to learn as well as what they know and able to do. Reflections which are structured helps the students to be in a position to analyse learning experiences to understand and reveal the results that may have been mistakenly being missed out.
More importantly, if the students develop their portfolio, they learn both through the process as well as through the product. Through the process, they will have an entire understanding of it as well as knowing the process is the same as the product. They will appreciate challenges that may occur while developing the system. From the product, they will have information of their learning with scripts which prove both informal and formal learning. They will be able to link the possible learning outcomes by having clear documentation to be able to assist prior learning Assessment (Domowitz, & Moghe, 2018).
A resume is a summary of one’s skills, accomplishment as well as the abilities. Since it is the primary search of employment, it needs to be written well as well as critique. Employers use the candidate as a way of differentiating the potential candidate as well as the certain ones. A resume gives one an opportunity goes through everything that you want your employer to know about you. It is a form of communicating with your employees by briefing them on what potentials you have before presented to the interview. More so it is in writings so the employer can be able to access quickly for reference purposes.
A well-written resume is a crucial assurance of one securing a job they have applied for. Most of the individuals think that a good resume will enable one to achieve employment. However, this is not the fact it only gives one an opportunity to have an interview. In today’s market, it is tough for the employers to employ an employee by the use of resume. Most of them need to check the individual in person. Despite the need to substantiate your resume they may need to check if you the person they needed. In today’s market, one should not impress the employer, but the computer as well since some companies use computers to select the resume required by the use of keywords (Waung, 2017).
When in an interview the employer may ask you to explain in details what is on the resume so the resume will be a brief on the conversation. Also, it is always good to have an updated resume since it will acts as security even if one loses the job the updated resume acts as security.
A cover letter is an introduction which gives a highlight of the vital accomplishment and reasons why one fits for a job. It adds some focus to the resume. The reasons why it adds emphasis to the resume is because it can give an explanation that resume cannot. A resume cannot fully explain what you want or what position of employment one is seeking a cover letter states the place of interest as well as the qualifications for the position. The cover letter allows one to approach the employer in a specific manner as well as targeting the job. Hence, the resume needs less explanation with the application since the letter must be of different type every time and it does that for you.
A cover letter should not be a repeat of the resume but explaining to the employer what it is about the task what attracts you to it and the reasons why you need the job. Besides, there should be the unique qualities and skills that you will bring to the company and contribution towards its great achievement (Waung, 2017).
Brochures are super useful tools that are used for sales lead generation. Each panel is used to separate a unique message can be across two or all three groups. More businesses use trifold brochures more than any other kind. Use of professional resources such as brochures and web pages is both pockets friendly as well as efficient than advertising using magazines and newspapers.
As an employer, I will not employ an individual by the use of the resume and cover letter but rather from the interview so that I can be able to ascertain the required personalities of the employee. Besides, I will use effective market campaigns which are all about customer interactions and trying to understand their needs.
Waung, M., McAuslan, P., DiMambro, J. M., & Mięgoć, N. (2017). Impression management uses in resumes and cover letters. Journal of Business and Psychology, 32(6), 727-746.
Domowitz, I., & Moghe, A. (2018). Donuts: A Picture of Optimization Applied to Fundamental Portfolios. The Journal of Portfolio Management, 44(3), 103-113.