The rabble.ca iBook team leader, Matt Dusenbury, fields questions on how far the project has evolved and what he’s learned throughout the process. He also answered how this will help the class as we venture out into our careers and how it’ll set us apart in the new age of journalism, where technology plays such an important role.
Like the other groups, the aggregators have to give a wrap-up presentation next week. This week found them working hard at getting that presentation done.
Matt Dusenbury gives a little demonstration of the Rabble.ca iBook he and his group members have been working on the past three months.
Paul Owen of the documentary group describes a video he put together that outlines some presentations the iBook groups will be making detailing their final projects.
Check out the video Paul was working on in the clip here
With their work now under two weeks from being finished, both the Tyee and Rabble tablet groups have been charged with yet another task: teach everyone else how to do it. Continue reading
This week Nida Siddiqui begins to put the trailer together for the Tyee iBook. Continue reading
Jenny Kent makes a blog post about the half-hour current events shows being produced by students in the Master of Arts in Journalism Radio Specialization.
The Rabble group was hard at work this past week with the April 12, 2012 deadline to present drawing closer. As per usual, they began their meeting making sure everyone knew their tasks and what they would be working on over the course of the next week. Matt Dusenbury led the way and crafted the game plan. Continue reading
This week the Tyee and Rabble groups began putting the final touches on their style guides for the iBook. Continue reading
The Rabble group met last Thursday to keep plugging away at their tablet for the best of Rabble.ca. After a few hectic weeks, the Rabble group has jumped leaps and bounds on their way to success. There’s been no slowing them down of late as the finish line is within their grasp. Continue reading