[wp-edu] Pimp your sites

Dave Lester davelester at gmail.com
Wed Nov 19 16:20:59 GMT 2008

I recently blogged a list of 70 institutions of higher ed that are using or
experimenting with WPMU (
and I've received over 20 comments suggesting additional installs and
creative uses.  You may want to check that out, and I'd welcome others to
add their sites and continue building the resource.

While some Higher Ed WPMU installs have flashy front-ends, there's growing
interest among secondary educators using and experimenting with WordPress
MU.  We have a good contingent attending WordCamp Ed DC this weekend.  Due
to obvious privacy concerns given the age of their bloggers, they don't have
the same public audience or packaging that an institution like UMW has (to
my knowledge).  Nevertheless, they should probably be mentioned in the PDF,
and I'd be interested in who's doing what out there.

Dave Lester

On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 10:47 AM, Douglas Hanna <doug at automattic.com> wrote:

> Mark,
> Great idea. As this topic develops, I'll add some of the favorites to
> the showcase at WordPress.org. We have an education category over
> there, but it definitely has room for expansion.
> --
> Douglas Hanna
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