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SharePoint 2010 End User Training: SharePoint 2010 for Power End Users
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SharePoint 2010 End Users Training Overview
Accelebrate's SharePoint 2010 for Power End Users training course teaches students the basics of collaborating using Contacts, Tasks, Links, Calendar, and document libraries. Attendees also learn to use social networking capabilities such as blogs and wikis as well as how to customize SharePoint 2010 for improved efficiency and productivity. In addition, students will go more in depth to create, customize, secure, and search content within SharePoint 2010.
Location and Pricing
Most Accelebrate courses are taught on-site at our clients' locations worldwide for groups of 3 or more attendees and are customized to their specific needs. Please visit our client list to see organizations for whom we have recently delivered training. These courses can also be delivered as live, private online classes for groups that are geographically dispersed or wish to save on the instructor's or students' travel expenses. To receive a customized proposal and price quote for private training at your site or online, please contact us.
In addition, some courses are available as live, online classes for individuals. To see a schedule of online courses, please visit http://www.accelebrate.com/online_training/?action=course&page=SHP2010.2.
SharePoint 2010 End Users Training Prerequisites
Attendees should have experience using a Web browser and interacting with Web-based systems as well as hands-on
experience with SharePoint 2007 or 2010 from an end user perspective. Experience with Microsoft Office (any version) as
well as administrative experience with a previous version of SharePoint is a plus, but not required.
This SharePoint 2010 Power End User training class is 70% hands-on, 30% lecture, with the longest lecture segments lasting 20 minutes.
SharePoint 2010 End Users Training Materials
All attendees receive comprehensive courseware covering all subjects in the course.
Software Needed on Each Student PC
This SharePoint 2010 training course requires either of two setups:
- A central SharePoint 2010 server with a site collection set up for each user. In this scenario, the student PCs need only Internet Explorer 7 or later and Office 2007 or 2010, with http/https access to the SharePoint server.
- A Windows Server 2008 R2 virtual machine, configured per Accelebrate's spec, running in VMware Player or Workstation on each student PC. The host PC would need:
- 64-bit Windows 7
- VMware Player 3.1 or later or VMware Workstation 7.1 or later
- At least 6GB physical RAM (the VM will run in 4GB physical RAM, but very slowly)
- 30 GB free hard drive space
SharePoint 2010 End Users Training Objectives
All students will learn to:
- Collaborate within a team using SharePoint 2010.
- Use list and library templates while understanding the difference between a list and its corresponding web part.
- Manage individual items in a library and become proficient with item check out, version control, and the approval processes.
- Publish a finished document from its workspace to a SharePoint site.
- Post to a blog and add pages to a wiki.
- Customize SharePoint to best benefit individual work and productivity styles.
- Use the Site and Site Collection administrative utilities available through the web browser.
- Customize sites using master pages, themes, cascading style sheets and Features as well as recover content using the Recycle Bin.
- Connect Web Parts on a Web Part Page to enhance interactivity as well as target a Web Part to a particular audience.
- Define views and expose lists and libraries in web parts.
- Design a custom security plan.
- Define term sets and keywords for searches as well as limit data exposure in Search results.
SharePoint 2010 End Users Training Outline
- Introducing SharePoint 2010
- Understanding the purpose of community-based systems
- Navigating the Web interface of SharePoint
- Becoming familiar with the SharePoint ribbon
- Features available in SharePoint for the information worker
- Lists and Libraries
- Lists, list metadata and item metadata
- Understanding of the out-of-the-box lists and libraries
- How views can change the way you interact with lists
- Adding items to a list vs. adding items to a library
- Recovering deleted content with the recycle bin
- Working with relational lists
- Document Libraries and Form Libraries
- Document management and form management
- Managing individual items in libraries
- Item versioning, check-in and check-out
- Item content approval process
- Working with document sets
- Document and Meeting Workspaces
- Difference between document workspace and meeting workspace
- Understanding the default document and meeting workspaces
- Publishing from workspaces
- Social Networking: Blogs and Wikis
- Understanding blogs and wikis
- Creating and managing content in blogs
- Creating and managing content in wikis
- Tagging and rating content
- Personalizing SharePoint
- Staying informed with alerts and RSS
- Personalizing the Web interface
- Understanding search and people search
- Working with SharePoint offline
- Overview of Sites and Site Collections
- Logical layout of a site collection (vocabulary)
- Understanding the hierarchy of a site collection: administrator's authority, access to galleries, cascading styles, etc
- Understanding URL's: What's in the URL path?
- Understanding the Site Settings admin page (Site Administration vs. Site Collection Administration)
- Creating Sites and Employing Features
- When to create sites vs. site collections
- Understanding the out-of-the-box site templates
- Understanding SharePoint Features: availability, dependency, lifecycle, etc.
- Understanding the out-of-the-box Site Features and Site Collection Features
- Activating and Deactivating Features
- Managing the 2-stage Recycle Bin Feature
- Adding Content Pages to Sites and Working with Web Parts
- Understanding pages, and Web Parts and Web Part Pages
- Understanding the out-of-the-box Web Parts
- Connecting two Web Parts on a page
- Targeting a Web Part to a particular audience
- Adding Lists and Libraries to Sites
- Understanding lists and libraries
- Understanding Site Columns and Content Types
- Designing and managing workflows with SharePoint Designer 2010
- Defining views and exposing lists and libraries via Web Parts
- Managing list and list item permissions
- Tagging and metadata
- Securing a Site Collection
- SharePoint security architecture: vocabulary, inheritance and security trimming
- Understanding the out-of-the-box SharePoint groups and permission levels
- Real world security: disallowing inheritance, creating groups, creating permission levels and securing individual items
- Securing SharePoint Designer 2010
- Managing SharePoint Search and Sandbox Solutions
- Understanding the Site Collection search settings
- Defining managed term sets and keywords (tagging)
- Limiting data exposure in Search results
- Overview of Sandbox Solutions
- Managing and leveraging Sandbox Solutions
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