July 21, 2014 — Prof. Dr. Mirela Catrinel Voicu introduced WordPress into college classes 2 years ago and received very good feedback from her students. She is planning to expand the hours of covering WordPress with a more practical approach.
June 21, 2014 — Learn about the collaborative process that was used to create a new website for the Harrington School of Communication and Media, including site navigation, design, work with web developers, university administrators and IT professionals, and members of the faculty.
November 15, 2013 — This presentation is the story of how WordPress came to the rescue of a small, nonprofit graduate school, freeing it from the chains of an ancient and expensive proprietary CMS and even allowing it to go responsive without a full website redesign.
June 12, 2013 — Learn about the differing motivations of educators who make use of WordPress and reflect on what students learn about the writing and publication process. What are the affordances of WordPress that are most useful to educators and learners? What are the limitations of the tool? This presentation explores the strengths and limitations of WordPress as beginning users have experienced it and consider strategies for better understanding its potential benefits and limitations in the context of teaching and learning.
June 11, 2013 — The presentation is about pedagogy, design and a WordPress theme for teachers. See why WordPress, with its easy set-up and open-source architecture, is an ideal fit for the adjunct instructor or the University department.
June 11, 2013 — Panel discussion on the use of WordPress at Harrington School of Communication and Media – The University of Rhode Island.