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Re-Thinking College Admissions With BuddyPress

Published on December 17th, 2012 by Paul Wong-Gibbs

This post was written by James Davidson, a member of the BuddyPress community and Digital Strategy VP at 7Summits Agency in Milwaukee, WI. In the spring of 2011, Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) approached 7Summits for some assistance with the University’s social media efforts. Like most of introductory meetings, we didn’t know what to expect; […]

BuddyPress at Newham Bridge Primary, UK

Published on May 1st, 2012 by Paul Wong-Gibbs

This post was written by Adam Heward, a member of the BuddyPress community and ICT Manager at Newham Bridge Primary School. Facebook is an endemic problem for UK schools. Issues from outside of the classroom are being brought into school as a result of Facebook interactions and schools are powerless to do anything about it. I found out […]

BuddyPress in K-12 Education

Published on April 2nd, 2009 by kennibc

We just began using BuddyPress for a K-12 District in Dearborn, Michigan. As a pilot, Dearborn public schools began using BuddyPress as a student ePortfolio/journal network about three weeks ago. Our student blogging world is quickly growing – particularly at the high school and middle school level where several teachers were clamoring for a controlled […]

What BuddyPress Did For Parenting

Published on March 30th, 2009 by

When my wife became pregnant, as a first time dad I was over the moon. At that point, your life sort of changes. You start to read baby books and leaflets, meet health advisers and hospital staff. You’re plunged into a world of baby care, lactation, compromise and change. It can be quite daunting at […]

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