THE University of Baguio Science High graduate, Erwin Oliva comes home to impart knowledge to students in a bid to improve online journalism.

Oliva is now the country editor of one of the leading website Yahoo Philippines.

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He is set to give a talk on January 22 at the Bulwagan Juan Luna of the University of the Philippines Baguio.

The five-hour seminar is set to talk about online journalism.

Students from the University of the Philippines, University of Baguio, University of the Cordilleras, Saint Louis University, and Benguet State University are expected to attend the seminar featuring techniques used on online news sites.

Oliva is set to talk about traditional and online journalism.

Another expert in the topic is Abe Olandres, YugaTech Content Manager is also set to give a lecture on blogging.

Philippine Daily Inquirer Bureau Chief, Rolly Fernandez will give a synthesis on the field of online journalism.

Jose Rosete, Smart External Relations Manager will give closing statements on the one-day activity aimed to educate students on the emerging trend of online journalism.

The Smart team has identified the need to educate students with skills to make it in the tech savvy time, seeing the trend going to online journalism and blogging.

The seminar is also geared to hone the skills of journalists in the area.

The seminar is bankrolled by Smart Communications and the Baguio Correspondents and Broadcasters Club, the longest running media organization here.