[Edprof] Recommending WordPress for content management software?
rr43 at columbia.edu
Fri May 15 08:52:00 PDT 2009
I would recommend WordPress.
It is free and has many free variations online.
If you Google WordPress themes, you will find a bunch of possible
ways it can be configured. There are also other sites for WordPress
that enables you to pay $100 or less to get something fancier, for
example with moving photos. There are many, many free
You can also try googling WordPress themes magazines.
The instructions are online, but I have not really studied them yet,
although I have taken WordPress classes here at Columbia, where, it
seems, most classes have switched to it.
Q most of our classes have switched to WordPress.
uoting deborah gump <gumpdl at gmail.com>:
> Forwarding on Ann's behalf:
> Do you have any recommendations for content managing software
> that's free or
> not too expensive that I could use in my classes for publishing
> all student
> stories from a class on one site online? What about College
> Publishing? I
> understand you have to put their ads on your site.
> We've been using Dreamweaver, Soundslides, FinalCut, and anything
> else the
> students want to use to create their projects. But we have some
> glitches and
> are looking for something simpler.
> Ann Auman
> U. of Hawaii
> Deborah Gump, Ph.D.
> gumpdl at gmail.com | 740-603-3420
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