Content researcher typically works in the outlined manner.
1. They first select articles from a wide range of reading material (National & International- newspapers, periodicals, journals, scholar written articles) for the user base to read. In order to meet the selection criteria the content researchers are required to read a large number of articles. We get you access to all sources, any source-worldwide.
2. The next step requires them to research enough to provide a relevant background or context of the article to all readers, all along assuming the readers to be nonreaders.
3. They then provide simple basic explanations as per the formats provided. These explanations are developed individually or in a team with experts from other relevant fields. For example: If an article is pertaining to tax laws, the team will not just have someone from the law background but also a tax expert and a macroeconomy expert among others. Moreover every team has a support from industry stalwarts who consult with the team from time to time should they get stuck.
4. The fourth step is to draft an analysis of the article topic. This is based on our learning pedagogy and crafted modules. This step requires a complete dissection of the article and its perspectives made both explicitly or implicitly or not at all in the article.
5. Finally they help with developing quizzes and revision details around this article