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Documentary, Rabble Tablet

Rabble Getting It Done

The Rabble group was hard at work putting together ideas on how to create the best of 2011 tablet for rabble.ca. Each member was anxious and little could stop their creative juices from flowing last Thursday morning. First things first, the group had to assign tasks before they were unleashed onto the world to begin creating the Rabble tablet. On this day, the Rabble group showed they’re all cogs in the Rabble machine.

Much of the conversation was about the aesthetic look of the tablet and what should and shouldn’t be included. Each member made valid points about the appearance and what needs to be left on the editing room floor. After these points were discussed, the Rabble group was well on its way to making everyone proud. Categories were created for which content was the most important and members volunteered for one before they went off on their own to get the job done.

For more photos from the Rabble group getting it done, be sure to check out the Rabble Feb. 16, 2012 Flickr gallery and follow us on twitter for our up-to-date tweeting at WesternMAJ.

Group members: Liz Bernier, Patrick Callan, Matt Dusenbury Jacob Kuehn, Lisa Laventure, Marlene Leung, Devon Murphy, Karl New, and Aaron Rathbone.

Location: Radio room in the North Campus Building at Western University; London, Ontario, Canada.

Matt keeping the Rabble group organized with his premiere leadership skills.

Matt keeping the Rabble group organized with his premiere leadership skills.

Deep in thought

The two groups deep in thought and pondering their next tasks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Karl gives his two cents on what the Rabble tablet needs to look like to impress its readers.

Karl gives his two cents on what the Rabble tablet needs to look like to impress its readers.

Wayne explaining key concepts about iBooks to the Rabble group who hang on to his every word.

Wayne explaining key concepts about iBooks to the Rabble group who hang on to his every word.

Liz wishing there were more hours in the day that she could work on the Rabble tablet.

Liz wishing there were more hours in the day that she could work on the Rabble tablet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tasks are assigned to group members as the wheels are set into motion for the Rabble project.

Tasks are assigned to group members as the wheels are set into motion for the Rabble project.

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