How to create a “blog project” on LiveEdu?

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Creating a “blog project” on LiveEdu.tv is easy. But, before we get started with the guide, let’s understand the term “Blog project”.

“Blog projects” are projects where the streamers are working on their projects and not primarily interested in teaching. In a blog project, the streamer wants to share his project and connect with like-minded peers. For blog projects, streamers can enter into their project diary a description of what they plan to work on in each session. Basically, the project diary enables viewers to know what the streamer is working on or had worked in the past.

Now, let’s go through a simple tutorial on how to create a “Blog project” on LiveEdu.

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How to create a “Blog Project” on LiveEdu

Step 1: The first step is to login into your account. You can do it easily using the login page. If you don’t have an account, you can easily signup for one by clicking here.

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Step 2: Once you are logged in, you need to go to your profile menu at top right as shown in the image below.

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Step 3: Now, you need to click on the “My Projects” option.

Step 4: You will now be redirected to the Project page. There, you can create a project by clicking on “Start New Project” button.

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Step 5: A new window will popup, you need to fill up the project name, project category, the type of the project as “Blog” and the field the project belongs to. It can belong to programming, game development, data science, design, augmented reality, virtual reality and artificial intelligence.

An example of a Blog Project would be as follows:

  • Project Name: Creating a Blog in JavaScript
  • Project Category: JavaScript
  • Project Type: Blog
  • Project Broad Category: Programming
  • Description: Creating a blog in JavaScript for practicing purposes.

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Step 6: Once you have filled-in all the information, click on the “Create Project” button to complete the process.

Step 7: Now that you are redirected to the “blog project,” you can now fill up the necessary information on the “blog project”, and make it easy for the viewers to follow your project.

Step 8: You can add more information about the project and let the user know what you are going to do or cover in the “blog project.”

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You may want to add more information and make it look like the below(another project example)

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Step 9: The last step is to update your project diary regularly. You can add a “create your first post!” on your project diary as shown in the image below.

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An example of a post in a project diary is shown below.

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Note: You can use “Markdown” to add formatting, images or anything that markdown offers. You can read more about markdown here.

Now, you are ready to streaming your blog project. Enjoy and share your adventure with your audience.

Enjoy streaming your blog project!

We also have a sleek GIF for you so that you can easily create a tutorial or blog project. Check it out!

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Below is an example of a good Blog project.

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Have anything to add to the tutorial? Let us know in the comments section below.

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  • Emily Rose

    Similar to creating a “Tutorial Project”. Just need to change one setting.

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