UC-Davis just published results from a well-designed survey on university web content management system usage.
Over 60% of respondents were using a web CMS and homegrown/open source systems were more common than proprietary systems. Plone/Zope combined was the most common, followed closely by Homegrown, and then Drupal.
Today, the Requirements and Evaluation committee of the UC Davis Web CMS initiative posted results from an online survey of campuses completed last month.
The survey was conducted to collect comprehensive data about the adoption and use of Web content management systems among institutions of higher education, and to make this information available to communicators, webmasters, technologists and other key campus personnel. Our goal was to learn about the experiences – both positive and negative – of other universities in the adoption of Web CMS, and to share this information with those who may currently be considering the same.
Read the summary, and view and discuss the survey results at: