SharePoint 2013 for Site Users
This hands-on course begins with a detailed understanding of SharePoint and its benefits. In this course you will become proficient with 2013’s new interface, navigation structure, and all the essentials for understanding and working efficiently with lists, libraries, documents, discussion groups, meeting workspaces, document workspaces, and more. You will gain proficiency with day-in-the-life site member tasks , discover what’s new in 2013 compared to previous versions, and gain an introductory understanding of SharePoint’s permissions and user roles. You will also learn how Microsoft Office applications integrate with SharePoint sites.
Performance Objectives: Upon completion of this course you should be able to:
- Introduction to SharePoint Technologies
- Understanding SharePoint benefits and usage
- Exploring the new interface
- Understanding sites and site collections
- Introduction to SharePoint’s permissions and user roles
- Working with Sites, Pages, Apps, and Web Parts
- Add, edit and delete content in SharePoint lists
- Working with Document, Picture, and Slide Libraries
- Understanding best practices within document libraries
- Working with documents; including check-out, check-in, and versioning
- Create custom list and library views
- Set up and cancel alerts
- Navigating and working with meeting and document workspaces
- Understanding content types and term sets
- Use SharePoint 2013 enhanced Search feature
- Working with personalization and social features
- Share calendars, contacts, and other data with Microsoft Office programs
Competencies covered in this course: SharePoint working knowledge
Intended Audience: This course is designed for all site member end-users and is strongly recommended as a foundation for users who will go on become a Site Owner.
Recommended Prerequisites: Familiarity with Office applications such as Word, Outlook, and Excel. Classes in each of these products at least through Level 1 are suggested for successful completion of this course.