[wp-edu] WordPress in higher education Google sheet

Bill Dennen dennen at gmail.com
Thu Jun 27 13:59:10 UTC 2013

Jay, do you really want us to list the 200+ subsites we're running under
MU? (I'm sure other schools have more!) :)

On Thu, Jun 27, 2013 at 9:57 AM, Jay Collier <jay.collier at thecompass.com>wrote:

> Folks-
> This is a reminder that there is a Google spreadsheet for WordPress in
> Higher Education that you can update and share with colleagues at: <
> http://bit.ly/12nblfc>
> (Please note: There was another version that was in circulation some time
> back that is no longer active, so please ignore that URL. <
> http://bit.ly/fIDFH9>. )
> Now, here's a challenge. There is also a Drupal in Higher Education sheet
> at <http://bit.ly/11PIopc>, and a number of schools have listed
> individual sub sites in separate rows. That increases the length of the
> sheet, making it appear that Drupal is used in higher education more than
> is WordPress.
> So, if you're a competitive type, and you have listed your sub sites as a
> single multisite instance, perhaps you'll want to find a way to represent
> your school in a, well, more expansive way.
> In any case, thanks to everyone for updating this sheet over the past 3-4
> years. It's a testament to the amazing use of WordPress in higher education.
> -Jay
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