Discover How to Make Team collaboration More Effective and Productive With This Set of SharePoint courses.
Courses included with this 16-hour bundle:
Learn Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013
Improve business collaboration by learning the essentials of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013
With Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013, any business can create websites on which teams of employees can share information and collaborate on everything from documents and lists, to calendars, data, and more.
This course will teach you how to use and manage a SharePoint site, including how to use its many social features.
Collaborate with Your Team from Anywhere And Improve Workflow
Create and Use Community Sites
Integrate SharePoint with Microsoft Office
Work with Lists, Libraries, Digital Assets, and More
Understand Content and Records Management
Use SharePoint Server 2013 to Share Ideas Quickly and Easily
With Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013, which is cloud-based, you can securely organize, store, access, and share information from virtually any device.
There’s no need to install the server on-premises, so you have the freedom to collaborate from anywhere.
You’ll also learn how to utilize project sites for project management, and how to integrate SharePoint with Microsoft Project.
Contents and Overview
This course is for all levels, and begins with an introduction to SharePoint sites, templates, and features.
You’ll review the SharePoint social features. These include personal sites, following, microblogging, and newsfeed settings that let you stay on top of what everyone is up to.
Master how to use the tools that make it easier to structure and encourage discussions among teams across your organization.
You’ll learn how to integrate SharePoint with Outlook to sync contacts and receive alerts and messages via email. And you’ll master the use of organizational tools so every project runs smoothly for everyone.
A walk-through of the SharePoint enterprise content management will teach you how to manage a large amount of content. Plus, you’ll learn records management to determine what should be considered a record, as well as how you’ll manage your records.
You’ll practice the program’s social features, build a community site, and create and sync a calendar to Outlook.
This course provides you with the tools necessary to set up a collaborative atmosphere in which all of your employees can communicate, exchange ideas, and manage projects together.
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to use SharePoint Server 2013 to create a business environment that thrives on the sharing of ideas.
Learn Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2013
During this 10-hour online video training, a professional instructor will introduce you to SharePoint Foundation 2013 and the program’s useful features for maximizing team communication.
You’ll start with the basics. This includes navigating through the SharePoint interface, creating your own site, and adding content to your SharePoint site.
With Learn SharePoint Foundation 2013 you will also:
Discover how to work with user groups and permissions to ensure proper access control.
Learn how to use SharePoint with other Microsoft Office applications. This includes exporting and importing data from Microsoft Excel.
Find out simple ways to create libraries and lists to keep your content organized.
Manage challenges that arise from team members using different versions of a file by exploring options for checking in and checking out files.
Explore how to work with pages, web parts, adding a project calendar, understanding metadata and more.
This course is ideal for those new to SharePoint or those who are looking for more advanced knowledge.
All of our videos are high-definition videos, therefore, they are best viewed with the HD setting on, and the videos enlarged.
What are the requirements?
Have access to a SharePoint Foundation 2013 environment
What am I going to get from this course?
Build a SharePoint site and create user permissions
Discover how to setup users and create groups
An introduction to project task lists and managing libraries
Learn the main navigational features and using SharePoint help
Discover how to work offline and syncing with local resources
Learn how to work with SharePoint pages
Working with with Web Parts
Learn how to effectively use Lists
Learn how to import an Excel workbook into SharePoint
Create a blog, add posts and pages, and editing a page
Features of a SharePoint site
Discovering various social features
Creating and using community sites
Integrating with Microsoft Office
Working with lists and libraries
Adding digital assets to a page
Using the search engine
Enterprise content management
What is the target audience?
Anyone managing or using a SharePoint site for collaboration.
|Section 1: Learn Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2013: Course Introduction|
Background on SharePoint 2013
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What is SharePoint; Course Structure
|Section 2: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Getting Started|
Exercise files for SharePoint Foundation 2013 course
Main Navigational Features and SharePoint Help
Creating a New Site
Adding Contents to the Site
Adding Apps and More Contents
|Section 3: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Libraries and Lists|
What are Lists and Libraries; Creating Lists
Creating a Library
|Section 4: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Users Groups and Permission|
Setting Up Users and Creating Groups
Permissions and Permission Levels
|Section 5: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Exercise 1|
Create a Sublevel Site and Setup Users
|Section 6: SharePoint Foundation 2013: The Ribbon|
Detailed Look at the Ribbon
|Section 7: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Exercise 2|
Setup Logo and Title, Remove Links, and Change Style
|Section 8: SharePoint Foundation 2013: The Recycle Bin|
Deleting and Restoring Documents, Storage Quota
|Section 9: SharePoint Foundation 2013: SharePoint and MS Office|
Detailed Look at Integration between SharePoint and MS Office
|Section 10: SharePoint Foundation 2013: SharePoint and MS Excel|
Importing Excel Worbook to SharePoint
Exporting from SharePoint to Excel
Exporting from Excel to SharePoint
|Section 11: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Exercise 3|
Export Relevant Data on Excel into the Subsite
|Section 12: SharePoint Foundaton 2013: SharePoint and MS Access|
Moving Data between Access Databases and SharePoint
Moving MS Access Tables to SharePoint Subsite
|Section 13: SharePont Foundation 2013: Working Offline|
Syncing Libraries to your Local PC using Skydrive Pro
|Section 14: SharePoint 2013 Foundation: Collaboration|
Check-in and Check-out
|Section 15: SharePoint 2013 Foundation: Exercise 4|
Upload Docs to Document Library, Enable Versioning and Create Versions
|Section 16: SharePoint 2013 Foundation: Pages|
Basic Page Editing
Adding and Deleting Pages
Page History and Versions
|Section 17: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Exercise 5|
Create New Pages and Links
|Section 18: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Web Parts|
Web Part Basic
Customizing Web Parts
Moving and Removing Web Parts
|Section 19: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Exercise 6|
Add a Project Calendar
|Section 20: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Alerts|
Setting Up Alerts
|Section 21: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Web Part Page|
Web Part Page Basics
Personalizing Web Part Pages
|Section 22: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Metadata|
|Section 23: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Exercise 7|
Setup Content Types, Add and Remove Documents
|Section 24: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Lists|
More on Lists
Calculation in Lists
Validation in Lists
Sorting and Filtering Lists
|Section 25: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Exercise 8|
Add New Items to the List and Create a New View
|Section 26: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Libraries and Documents|
Copying and Moving Documents
|Section 27: SharePoint 2013 Foundation: Introduction to Workflow|
|Section 28: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Exercise 9|
Create a Workflow on a New Issues List
|Section 29: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Introduction to Templates|
Site, List and Library Templates
|Section 30: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Introduction to Search|
Terminologies and How to Customize your Search
|Section 31: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Blogging|
Starting a Blog
|Section 32: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Exercise 10|
Create a Blog, Add Posts and Comments, Add Categories and Edit the Page
|Section 33: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Conclusion|
Learn Other Specific Features of SharePoint 2013; Closing
|Section 34: SharePoint 2013 Foundation Online Quiz|
SharePoint Foundation 2013 Online Quiz
|Section 35: Learn Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013: Introduction to SharePoint Server 2013|
Prerequisites, Course Objectives and Background on SharePoint Server 2013
|Section 36: SharePoint Server 2013: Sites, Templates and Features|
Collaboration, Enterprise and Collaboration Templates; Site Types
|Section 37: Sharepoint Server 2013: Social Features|
Exercise files for SharePoint Server 2013 course
Global Navigation Bar
|Section 38: SharePoint Server 2013: Exercise 1|
Test out the Social Features
|Section 39: SharePoint Server 2013: Community Sites and Portals|
Background on Community Sites
Creating and Administering Community Sites
Using Community Sites
Moderating Community Sites
|Section 40: SharePoint Server 2013: Exercise 2|
Create a Community Site
|Section 41: SharePoint Server 2013: Integration of Outlook with SharePoint|
General Features for Integrating Outlook with SharePoint
Syncing Contacts with Outlook
|Section 42: SharePoint Server 2013: Exercise 3|
Create and Sync Calendar to Outlook
|Section 43: SharePoint Server 2013: Project Sites|
Introduction to Project Sites
More about Project Sites
Integration with Project Professional
|Section 44: SharePoint Server 2013: Lists and Libraries|
Introduction to List and Libraries
List and Library Permissions
|Section 45: SharePoint Server 2013: Asset Libraries|
Basics of Asset Libraries and Enabling Enterprise Keywords
Working with Video Files
|Section 46: SharePoint Server 2013: Exercise 4|
Put Digital Assets Together and Create a Page and Link
|Section 47: SharePoint Server 2013: Search Features|
Enterprise Search Center
|Section 48: SharePoint Server 2013: Content Management|
Content Management and Document IDs
|Section 49: SharePoint Server 2013: Exercise 5|
Activate Organizer Setting; Create a New Content Type, Document Libraries
|Section 50: SharePoint Server 2013: Records Management|
Records Management Overview
|Section 51: SharePoint Server 2013: Business Intelligence|
Introduction to Business Intelligence
PowerPivot Site and Gallery
|Section 52: SharePoint Server 2013: Exercise 6|
Create a PowerPivot Site or Add PowerPivot Gallery and Publish the Workbook
|Section 53: SharePoint Server 2013: Conclusion|
|Section 54: SharePoint Server 2013 Online Quiz|
SharePoint Server 2013 Online Quiz
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