[wp-edu] Pimp your sites

Casey Bisson casey.bisson at gmail.com
Wed Nov 19 16:08:16 GMT 2008

Mark, those are some nice looking sites.

At Plymouth State University we're using WordPress to drive our  
library website and catalog, as well as a digital photo archive.


More information about the Scriblio plugins that power those sites here:


We also have a WPMU pilot project going with a few hundred blogs. Our  
CIO blogs there, and our former MIS director continues to use the blog  
he started while at Plymouth State:


The WPMU pilot is basically complete and we're planning to  
dramatically expand the role of blogs. We're planning to implement  
BuddyPress as it stabilizes and then beginning a program to have every  
student, faculty, and staff member create and maintain their profile.

--Casey Bisson

Information Architect
Plymouth State University
Plymouth, New Hampshire
ph: 603-535-2256

On Nov 19, 2008, at 10:26 AM, Mark Styles wrote:

> I thought it might be a good idea for everyone to show off what  
> they're
> doing with WordPress, so to get things started, here's what we've been
> doing at McGill University:
> The university newspaper, McGill Reporter, recently switched to
> WordPress:
> http://www.mcgill.ca/reporter/
> The CIO has a fledgling WordPress blog:
> http://fyi.mcgill.ca/
> and our pilot WPMU project http://blogs.mcgill.ca/ already has six  
> blogs
> under it, including:
> The Beta Blog (news from the programming group) http://blogs.mcgill.ca/beta/
> McGill School of the Environment http://blogs.mcgill.ca/mse/
> Public Relations at Career and Management Studies http://blogs.mcgill.ca/ccepr/

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