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Collaborative Learning Platform - Criteria (8/2011–11/2012)
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Preliminary priority rankingBy The Compass LLC (2004-2012) - CC0 license
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See detailed framework info and CLP requirements by clicking on tabs at bottom.Framework AFramework BFramework C
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TBD (total poss)Drupal 7.1WordPress 3.4
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Hosting criteria1,580
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Framework criteria2,4001,9002,190
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Publishing criteria2,5102,5102,510
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Authoring criteria2,2102,1102,210
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Collaboration criteria1,8001,8001,800
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Architecture criteria1,3551,3551,355
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Interface criteria1,8101,8101,810
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Data & forms criteria2,3502,1502,250
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Workflow criteria8000800
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Events criteria1,3601,3601,360
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Courseware criteria9000900
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External services
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17,49514,99517,185
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Please note: This is a preliminary ranking, and it will benefit from continuous improvement to provide increasingly accurate evaluations about ever-evolving changes in open-source platforms.
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At this point, this ranking should be considered in a general context, and that our current conclusion is that Drupal and WordPress provide very similar features. The overall difference is that Drupal was originally architected as a framework for custom development and WordPress as a social publishing platform that could be configured by non-programmers.
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In this case, usability becomes a critical factor, and user testing indicates WordPress is simpler for end-users.
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