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Microsoft SharePoint 2016 for Users (Level 1)

 

At its core, SharePoint is a web-based product that is installed on a server either on premise or in the cloud, that allows for collaboration between individuals, teams and organizations.  The goal of this training is to provide you with the knowledge and skills to effectively work within the SharePoint environment.

Course Content – Part I                                                 
Lesson 1: Navigating the SharePoint Environment

Topic A: Global Navigation

Topic B: Top Link Navigation

Topic C: Quick Launch Navigation

Topic D: Browsing

Topic E: Accessing Tab Data

Lesson 2: Working with Documents

Topic A: Use a Document Library

Topic B: Create a new Document in a library

Topic C: Open a Document with the App Online or the Desktop App

Topic D: Upload Documents

Topic E: Check Out and Check In

Topic F: Version Control

Topic G: Follow a Document

Lesson 3: Working with Lists

Topic A: Create a List

Topic B: Best Practices in Naming a list

Topic C: Add and Edit List Items

Topic D:Add Document Attachments

Topic E: Create Alerts

Lesson 4: Organize lists and libraries

Topic A: Create Folders in Lists or Libraries

Topic B: Add New Document Libraries

Topic C: Use New and Existing Columns to Sort, Filter and Group

Lesson 5: Creating Views

Topic A: Sort and Filter Permanently

Topic B: Create Custom columns

Topic C: Reorder Columns

Lesson 6: List and Library Users and Permissions

Topic A: Permission Levels

Topic B: SharePoint Groups

Lesson 7: Sharing Content

Topic A: Share files and folders in a library

Topic B: Share Lists to an External User

Lesson 8: Search for Information and People

Topic A: Search SharePoint Sites

Topic B: Search Documents

Topic C: Use Refiners and Verticals

Topic D: Customize Search Result Pages

Topic E: Define Visibility and Indexing for Sites

 
Course Content – Part II
Microsoft SharePoint 2016 for Users (Level II)

 

At its core, SharePoint is a web-based product that is installed on a server either on premise or in the cloud, that allows for collaboration between individuals, teams, and organizations.  The goal of this training is to provide you with the knowledge and skills to effectively create your own SharePoint sites.

Course Content – Part I                                                   

 

Lesson 1: Create a SharePoint Site

Topic A: Identify Site Types

Topic B: Learn Naming Conventions

Topic C: Decide on Design Elements

Lesson 2: Create Pages

Topic A: Identify Page Types

Topic B: Add and Edit a Page

Topic C: Change Page Layouts

Topic D: Add Web Parts to a Page

Topic E: Publish a Page

Topic F: Create a Wiki Page and Links

Lesson 3: Add Content to your Site

Topic A: Add a Document Library

Topic B: Import a Contact List

Topic C: Add and Edit List Items

Topic D:Add List Attachments

Topic E: Add an Announcement App

Topic F: Add a OneNote Notebook

Lesson 4: Add a Project Subsite

Topic A: Understand Inheritance

Topic B: Add New Security Groups

Topic C: Add a Task List

 

Lesson 5: Interacting with Office Apps

Topic A: Send the Task List to Outlook

Topic B: Export to Excel

Topic C: Import from Excel

Topic D: Add an Interactive Workbook

Lesson 6: List and Library Users and Permissions

Topic A: Permission Levels

Topic B: SharePoint Groups

Lesson 7: Sharing a SharePoint Site

Topic A: Broadcasts your Site

Topic B: Follow your Site

Lesson 8: Co-authoring in Word

Topic A: Invite other Editors

Topic B: Identify who is Editing

Lesson 9: Using WorkFlows

Topic A: Purpose of Workflows

Topic B: Create a Document Approval

 
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Course Content – Part II