Developing Your Data Science Portfolio
A digital (online) portfolio complements your CV (or resume) and helps demonstrate your skills to potential collaborators, employers, and/or funders. Digital portfolios expand upon the skills in your other application materials for jobs or grants, allowing you to showcase your abilities. In this workshop we will discuss why you should create and maintain a digital portfolio of your work, various methods for creating a digital portfolio, and considerations for carefully curating and presenting your work in an engaging manner.
By the end of this workshop learners should be able to:
- Describe what a digital portfolio contains and how it is useful;
- Set a clear goal for their portfolio;
- Describe methods for creating and curating their digital portfolio;
- Articulate reasons to choose a particular platform to host their portfolio;
- Identify how and when to get feedback;
- Develop a plan for sharing their portfolio.
Participants should have access to a web browser (for example, Chrome or Firefox).
See the next section (Prepare) for recommended preparation for this workshop.
The icons used to illustrate this reader are from The Noun Project’s Iconathon icon set, public domain icons produced through a series of design workshops aimed at producing civic minded symbols. In particular, we focused on the Redefining Women Icon Set.