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Microsoft SharePoint for Non-IT Users

Course Summary: 
Through animation and presentation software, this course will define how to use SharePoint for collaborating, capturing and organizing “corporate” knowledge (activities, ideas and documents). Demonstrations will be shown to show how Non-IT SharePoint Users in various businesses could program their department’s SharePoint site without code.  These demonstrations are based on case studies shared from end-users working in universities, associations, government agencies and other business entities in which MS SharePoint had been purchased but improperly implemented in each environment.

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PRICE: $19.00 
START DATE:  Any time.   Go at your own pace.

This course has great points for anyone who has to use SharePoint.   

The Problem with SharePoint is that when it is out-of-the-box, it has no specific instructions on how to use it.  When properly embedded from within these different business environments, SharePoint is used as a tool to map the activities, ideas and documents of the business, it exists in, to the skills of the staff for current and future collaboration in projects. 

At the end of the course, the students will have a fully functional SharePoint site to help them capture and organize their organization’s knowledge. 

The target audience would be library school students,  librarians, information professionals, content evaluators and developers, searchers, community builders, information providers, trainers, decision makers, project managers, business analysts, consultants, editors, publishers, knowledge managers, writers, management (upper, middle, etc.) and general office staff. 

MS Internet Explorer 8.0 or 7.0; Microsoft Windows® SharePoint Services 3.0 site or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007; MS Office 2003,  2007, 2010, MOSS; Web access.

Recommended books by Weldon, Lorette S.J. that are distributed through   Librarians using SharePoint; SharePoint without CodingSharePoint without Coding, Volume 2; Research and Social Networking.