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SharePoint training

Posted by Clayton James on December 18, 2007

You can’t accuse Microsoft for not providing enough documentation and information in builidng solutions on the SharePoint platform from a developer and IT pro perspective.

They have now included material for end user/power user training, an area that most products forget about and then wonder why adoption is slow or is never fully realised.

There are two training editions: Standalone or Portal.

Training topics included

Collaboration

  • Finding your way around a team site
  • Understanding permissions
  • Customizing a team site
  • Linking calendars to Outlook
  • Adding Web Parts
  • Collaborating in libraries, lists, and workspaces
  • Using blogs and wikis to share information

Enterprise Content Management

  • Document management
  • Protecting files
  • Using workflows
  • Records management
  • Creating and publishing Web pages
  • Improving compliance and support litigation discovery

Search

  • Finding files, Web sites, information, and people

Portals and personalization

  • My Sites
  • Targeting content to specific audiences
  • Managing access to your My Site

Business processes and forms

  • Streamlining business processes with forms and workflow
  • Gathering information with browser-compatible forms
  • Designing custom workflows using SharePoint Designer

Business intelligence

  • Sharing Excel workbooks as interactive reports
  • Working with a Report Center site
  • Using dashboards to drive decisions
  • Understanding Filter Web Parts
  • Integrating external data
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