[wp-edu] WordPress in higher education Google sheet
jay.collier at thecompass.com
Thu Jun 27 14:48:20 UTC 2013
Exactly. Maybe there's a way to break out sites in a more meaningful way.
Open, unlimited community blogs are different from official department and program sites. Would such a distinction be more meaningful?
On Jun 27, 2013, at 10:40 AM, D'Arcy Norman <dlnorman at ucalgary.ca> wrote:
> We use Drupal in over 1,000 sites (maybe 2,000?) at UCalgary, and I have about 3,000 sites running in WordPress. Counting games are silly. They're used for different things.
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> On 2013-06-27, at 7:57 AM, Jay Collier <jay.collier at thecompass.com>
>> 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 (Please note: There was another version that was in circulation some time back that is no longer active, so please ignore that URL.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.
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