Plan for Creating Blog

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Eric Yu is a dynamic English Second Language Instructor in the areas of distant learning. He holds a Bachelor degree from the Shanghai International Studies University and is currently studying in the MS degree from Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC, Canada. Since moving to Canada in 2011, he acclimated himself to the local anculture, and quickly built a cross nation online learning practice, getting involved in IELTS teaching and other online training projects between China and Canada. Eric Yu currently lives in Shanghai, China and work as the team leader of online after-school education in Global Eduation of Puxin Limited. He loves music and is fascinated to search for rare CDs and LPs of rock and jazz musicians in 1960s. Eric Yu has performed well in a diverse range of team environments, from every corner of the world. He lives in Shanghai, China but travels around the world frequently both for work and leisure.

2 thoughts on “Plan for Creating Blog”

    1. Hi Denys,

      I did read your blog on how to deal with the gap, but i am not able to reply ur post due to the system problem of the blog. So hereby i will give your my ideas and also ask you some questions.

      As for imporving the quality of content (most of my posts focus on the knowledge of IELTS reading and writing), my first focus is authority of content – for example, i will repost authentic interviews and tips from IELTS ex-examiners and educaitonal experts in my blog, which is what many local teachers and students are keen to know, and therefore will increase the clicks of re-tweets of my posts.

      As for the skills, considering the reading habits of the youjng digital readers, who lack the patience to read long articles and rely on smart phone for almost everything, I will edit the informaiton into short videos or audio clips instead of text, upload mass social APPs on smart phones, with the link to my blog for further information.

      The approach aims at bridging the knowledge/skills gap that I see in many academic blogs – the content is in long and plain text, which is not attractive to young students, and due to the limitation to their communicatiton channel, the content fail to reach their target readers

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