Microsoft SharePoint 2010

This end user training shows concepts and common tasks that allow you to experience the full power of MS SharePoint.
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  • Lectures 33
  • Length 1.5 hours
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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Published 5/2015 English

Course Description

This course is designed for individuals who will need to access information on a Microsoft SharePoint team site.

SharePoint allows you to collaborate among departments and with teams. You can create, use and edit content in a team site. SharePoint simplifies business processes by allowing employees to alert team members of a projects' status, upload document libraries and create team sites all in one central location.

In this course, you will learn how to:

  • Create, use and edit content in a team site.
  • Alert team members of a projects' status.
  • Upload document libraries.
  • Create team sites all in one central location.
  • Manage a team site.
  • Perform site collection administration tasks to build more robust sites and extend the functionality of Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 and more!

What are the requirements?

  • Access to a SharePoint 2010 Portal is highly recommended.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Create, use and edit content in a team site.
  • Alert team members of a projects' status.
  • Upload document libraries.
  • Create team sites all in one central location.
  • Manage a team site.
  • Perform site collection administration tasks to build more robust sites and extend the functionality of Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 and more!

What is the target audience?

  • This course is meant for those who wish to use SharePoint 2010 effectively as an End User.
  • This course is not intended for SharePoint 2010 Site Administrators.

What you get with this course?

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Curriculum

Section 1: Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Course Overview
01:02

A short overview of what will be presented in this course.

Section 2: Lesson One - Getting Started with SharePoint 2010
00:26

A brief introduction of what will be covered in this lesson.

04:27

SharePoint enables a team to achieve goals by facilitating information sharing and communication in one central location. Understanding underlying concepts is important to collaborate efficiently.

04:15

You will learn the navigation elements within SharePoint like the Ribbon, Quick launch bar, Menu bar and others.

00:23

An end of lesson summary of what was covered in this lesson.

Getting Started with SharePoint 2010 - Quiz
3 questions
Section 3: Lesson Two - Working with Lists
00:21

A brief introduction of what will be covered in this lesson.

05:49

Information like Announcements, in SharePoint are mostly organized into lists. Learn how to add and edit Announcements.

04:32

You can manage tasks (create, edit, assign, share ...) in SharePoint. Learn how to determine when SharePoint's tasks management are better to use than Outlook.

03:54

You can manage Team-Calendars in SharePoint. Learn when SharePoint Calendars should be used.

07:50

SharePoint Information is mostly stored as "Lists". Editing your list items to keep your information up to date is an important task you need to master in SharePoint.

00:23

An end of lesson summary of what was covered in this lesson.

Working with Lists - Quiz
4 questions
Section 4: Lesson Three - Working with Libraries
00:39

A brief introduction of what will be covered in this lesson.

03:47

Sharing documents and allowing others to work on the same document is one of SharePoint's biggest advantages. Make sure you know everything about this powerful feature.

04:19

Editing the same document with other team members at a central storage place like SharePoint, simplifies document management enormously. The days of long email threads and sending documents back and forth are gone.

06:02

Check-in and out enables you to take a document out of the library, make the required changes, and put the document back into the library for other users.

04:45

Versioning allows a file to be reverted back to an earlier version of the document and also track the changes made.

03:28

Learn how to enable users to view properties of a file like the author, additional information and when it was created.

02:41

Users can work with content on the site, but depending on your level of permission, you might have some limitations!

02:00

Picture libraries allow you to manage Logos, Pictures, Icons, etc. to ensure everyone uses the same and latest version of corporate design materials.

03:16

Presentation libraries allow you to manage presentation slides. These slides can be copied into PPT with just one click. You will be notified if a slide changes. This ensures everyone uses the same and latest version of presentations.

00:25

An end of lesson summary of what was covered in this lesson.

Working with Libraries - Quiz
8 questions
Section 5: Lesson Four - Communicating with Team Members
00:44

A brief introduction of what will be covered in this lesson.

06:47

Online discussions boards are widely used on the internet and SharePoint offers this technology as well to enable team discussions.

04:22

Blogs can be read and commented on by anyone with access to the site, participate in a conversation by learning how to contribute to a blog.

04:52

SharePoint Wiki sites can be used to create a place where everyone can contribute - just like Wikipedia. You must have the required permissions to participate in a Wiki.

03:20

Ensure you are notified when content is changed, by using alerts. Make sure you know everything about this powerful concept.

00:28

An end of lesson summary of what was covered in this lesson.

Communicating with Team Members - Quiz
4 questions
Section 6: Lesson Five - Working Remotely with SharePoint Content
00:41

A brief introduction of what will be covered in this lesson.

05:38

When accessing a SharePoint site from a mobile device, the site is displayed in a text-only format with links to lists, document libraries, and picture libraries.

04:20

You can even access SharePoint content when a network connection is unavailable.

04:54

Share events information throughout an organization in a calendar.

00:30

An end of lesson summary of what was covered in this lesson.

Working Remotely with SharePoint Content - Quiz
3 questions
Section 7: Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Course Closing
00:29

A short summary of what has been presented in this course.

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