SharePoint 2016 Site Owner, User, & 365 (3-course bundle)
What you'll learn
- Add and configure sites
- Create lists and libraries
- Create and customize columns
- Work with Document Libraries
- Work with Document Library Settings
- Work with SharePoint List Settings
- Create Libraries and Lists, and add Web Parts
- Work with permissions
- Learn what's new in Office 365
- SharePoint 2016 Site User or similar experience.
Over 200 videos are included in this bundle!
Save 20% by purchasing 3 SharePoint courses. This bundle includes:
SharePoint 2016 Site Owner - Beginner
SharePoint 2016 Site User - Beginner
Microsoft 365 SharePoint Sites
SharePoint 2016 Site Owner: This course is designed to teach students an overview of SharePoint Site Owner roles and responsibilities. Students will learn to add and configure sites, how to create libraries and lists, and how to create and modify views. They will also learn how to create columns and customize them, as well as how to create and manage content types and create a document set. They will also get an overview of permissions and learn how to manage them. This course also covers how to enhance the site, such as using web parts and working with pages. Finally, students will learn how to navigate within SharePoint and how to change regional settings.
This IAAP-certified counts for 5.25 recertification points for the CAP certification under the Technology and Information Distribution content area.
This course is designed to teach students an overview of end-user SharePoint interface and functionality. Students will begin with an overview of Sharepoint including how to navigate and how to locate sites, libraries and lists. Students will also learn how to work with document libraries. They will learn how to work with document library settings, how to check a document in and out, and how to set alerts. They will also learn how to work with SharePoint lists, including calendar lists, contact lists, and task lists, as well as how to work with list settings. This course also covers how to enhance the SharePoint experience, how to work with various views, update personal profiles, use the Newsfeed, and learn about SharePoint integration with other Microsoft Office products.
This IAAP-certified counts for 4.25 recertification points for the CAP certification under the Technology and Information Distribution content area.
This course is an introduction to Microsoft 365 Sites. Upon completion of this course, users will have a basic understanding of Sharepoint Sites and Sites structure, navigation, libraries, searching, newsfeeds, views, permissions, and organization. Students will learn the differences of Libraries and Lists and how to create different kinds of Libraries and Lists, add files to Libraries, add items to Lists, learn to use the Newsfeed to keep abreast of action on the site, and create and customize Views. In addition, students will explore Site and content organization, understand navigation of sites, search for content, and learn the basics of Permissions.
This IAAP-certified counts for 2.5 recertification points for the CAP certification under the Technology and Information Distribution content area.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to learn more about SharePoint 2016 Site Owner, User, & 365.
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