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How COVID-19 Is Driving Change in Higher Education’s Content Management Needs


PHOTO: Shutterstock The education sector has been one of the most affected by COVID-19 pandemic. It has forced higher education institutions to make unprecedented shifts in the use of technology, especially when it comes to publishing and distributing content to students, faculty, and staff.

For most higher education institutions, a content management system (CMS) has been the neural center that has made that transformation possible, keeping information centralized and enabling them to publish content faster. In fact, according to research from NYC Design , 83.8% of the 4,000 surveyed higher education institutions are currently using a CMS.

Overall, across institutions, three CMS dominate the market: WordPress (40.8%), Drupal (19.5%), and OU Campus (9.5%), with the rest of CMS garnering less than 7% of adoption. To uncover the state of CMS usage and what decision-makers in the higher education sector expect from a CMS, we’ve asked the experts. The Impact of the Pandemic Over Higher Education’s Information Management

The main goal of educational institutions is to ensure that education’s quality stays the same, even during these kinds of circumstances. To achieve this, most universities have adapted to new methods of content delivery for students and faculty. One example of this is the […]

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