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SharePoint – Essentials

Course description: 

This course will be presented in two parts:  

By the end of Part 1 of this course, you will be able to log in, navigate and access SharePoint, understand terminology, roles, and permission levels, and you’ll get practice adding and configuring common apps, such as libraries, lists and learn how to create custom columns and views.  

By the end of Part 2 of this course, you will understand the difference between SharePoint Groups and Office 365 Groups when managing permissions, understand the SharePoint framework and responsibilities of being a site owner. You will practice creating and deleting subsites, experiment with changing site layout and navigation, and learn best practices and considerations for planning a site.  

What you should already know: 

You should have basic computing skills (i.e. using a mouse and keyboard, formatting text, and saving and organizing files).

Attendees should also have a basic knowledge of 

  • How to log in and navigate SharePoint
What you will learn: 

By the end of Part 1 of this course, you will be able to log in, navigate and access SharePoint, understand terminology, roles, and permission levels, and you’ll get practice adding and configuring common apps, such as libraries, lists and learn how to create custom columns and views.  

By the end of Part 2 of this course, you will understand the difference between SharePoint Groups and Office 365 Groups when managing permissions, understand the SharePoint framework and responsibilities of being a site owner. You will practice creating and deleting subsites, experiment with changing site layout and navigation, and learn best practices and considerations for planning a site.  

What you will need: 
  • You will need access to Office 365. 
  • You will need your device for Duo authentication.  
Course objectives: 

By the end of this course, you will be able to: 

PART I 

  • Log in, navigate, and access SharePoint 
  • Understand terminology, roles, and permission levels and practice managing permissions and groups 
  • Add and configure common apps, such as libraries, lists, and calendars 
  • Create custom columns and views 
  • Create and edit pages while applying page layouts and web or app parts 
  • Create and delete a subsite 

 

PART II 

  • Understand the SharePoint service, framework and responsibilities of being a site owner 
  • Understand the difference between SharePoint Groups and Office 365 Groups when managing permissions 
  • Understand best practices and considerations for planning a site 
  • Change site layout, navigation, and look 
Instructor-led Course Time: 
90 minutes
Course outline: 
  1. Overview of SharePoint
  2. SharePoint Framework
  3. Terminology
  4. Roles and Permissions
  5. Adding Functionality to Your Site Using Apps
    1. Document library
    2. Lists
    3. Calendar
    4. Tasks
    5. Adding another type of app
  6. Edit, create and customize pages
    1. Creating pages
    2. Editing the layout
    3. Editing the content of a page
    4. Adding app and web parts to a page
  7. Questions & Wrap up
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