You may be an owner responsible for creating, configuring, customizing, and maintaining your sites and you would like to learn all of the many features available to you in SharePoint 2013. You may be the person responsible for helping your end users feel more comfortable adopting SharePoint 2013 and you would like to be able to knowledgeably address their questions and concerns. Or, you may be an end user who has been told that you will be using SharePoint 2013 in your job, and you want to learn SharePoint so that you can be productive, efficient, and comfortable. In either case, this course is for you.
A student will first start out learning the basics to gain foundation building knowledge of SharePoint. This begins with a tour of the Web-based interface and exploring the various types of lists and libraries available for collaboration. Then the student will create one of each type of library, list and site using templates.
The student will also be introduced to SharePoint Features and how to leverage them to provide additional plug-in like functionality to SharePoint sites and site collections. Site collection administrators will also learn how to create and customize content within SharePoint sites using Pages, Web Parts, and Apps. Students will also learn how to leverage the enhanced social computing and collaboration features in SharePoint 2013.
Finally students will learn how to secure sites, lists, libraries and the content within lists and libraries using the permissions infrastructure in SharePoint. In addition attendees will also learn about and use the new SharePoint metadata tagging capabilities.
This course is for anyone who has little to no experience with SharePoint from an end user perspective. This includes users, power users, Web masters, site administrators, site collection administrators.
- Gain foundation building knowledge of SharePoint
- Create one of each type of library, list and site using templates
- Learn to create and customize content
- Learn how to secure sites, lists, libraries, and content within lists and libraries