MU College of Engineering was on WPMU (Engineering.MIssouri.edu), but we've since switched to Cascade for various reasons.
WPMU was a great CMS for us, and I can't rule out a return. We managed our college level site and almost all of our departments.
Creating each department site as a separate blog made management and permissions easy, and the ability to quickly publish news and RSS feeds made it easy to repurpose content throughout the site with WP's out of the box widgets.
Sorry, I couldnt access the spreadsheet too add mine. my old Alma Mater setup a wordpressMU (http://blogs.murdoch.edu.au/). which Im now having to mimmic as I work for the competition (under build). but ISCO have their blog running (http://isco.nd.edu.au/).
"Has anyone plugged an Application into Facebook? Has that increased participation substantially?
At Varsity Outreach, we've developed a Facebook Application for admissions and have gotten some good feedback from admission offices (we will be…"
"John, for now, we are in the same boat. We don’t have a staff person dedicated to managing the proposed online community. How many hours a week do you think your person/people spend managing yours?
I’ve been looking for advice about…"
"We've just set up a Wordpress server for our student organizations. We found that they were hosting them externally and at high costs. By bringing them under our umbrella, we should be able to save them a lot of money and keep them within our…"
"As a vendor I would recomend Seth Gottlieb for this type of project. He really knows the CMS space as well as PHP and Java landscape and does not have any bias. You can read more about Seth here - http://www.contenthere.net/about/biography
Every year questions about University / College catalogs are asked on this forum. Questions like:Which software do you use?What do you do with your print catalog? Do you even have one anymore?How do you publish it to both the web and print?and so on....Here at UB we've created our own CMS to control our catalog's website (http://undergrad-catalog.buffalo.edu/) and print material as well as syndicate information to other sites on campus such as…See More