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Microsoft SharePoint 2013 for Site Owners Expert Live with Encore


Overview/Description
Target Audience
Expected Duration
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Overview/Description
This course enables students to continue their development of front end SharePoint 2013 skills. The course is NOT designed to teach the configuration of SharePoint at the tenant level or site collection level – though we will occasionally point out settings that would need to be configured upstream in order to allow site owners the ability to utilize certain features. This course will educate the student in the practical daily tasks of navigating and contributing to SharePoint. This course will equip the student as a site owner to enhance the user experience and utilize more features; for example, create landing pages with multiple web parts, refine search results, and develop workflows. This course will also address the vocabulary and feature shifts from SharePoint 2010 to 2013.
Prerequisites
To benefit fully from this course, students should have the following prerequisite courses/skills and knowledge:
Though not a prerequisite, prior experience with SharePoint will be helpful
Though not a prerequisite, prior experience with Microsoft Office will be helpful
Certification
MOS: Microsoft Office 2013 suites
Exams
77-419 SharePoint 2013 MOS
Included Labs
Working with Announcements
Working with Libraries
Using SharePoint 2013 Social Computing Features
Creating Public Views
Setting Custom Site Navigation within Team Site Collections
Setting Custom Site Navigation within Publishing Site Collections
Setting Unique Site Permissions and List Permissions
Creating and Editing Lists and Columns, Part 1
Creating and Editing Lists and Columns, Part 2
Working with Wiki Pages and Web Parts
Working with Publishing Pages
Using the Approval - SharePoint 2010* Workflow
Creating a Workflow in SharePoint Designer, Part 1
Creating a Workflow in SharePoint Designer, Part 2
Creating a Workflow in SharePoint Designer, Part 3
Creating a Workflow in SharePoint Designer, Part 4
Creating a Workflow in SharePoint Designer, Part 5
Creating a Workflow in SharePoint Designer, Part 6
Creating a Workflow in SharePoint Designer, Part 7
Creating a Workflow in SharePoint Designer, Part 8
Outline
Microsoft SharePoint 2013 for Site Owners
Module 1: Understanding SharePoint 2013 as a Business User
Lesson 1: Exploring SharePoint 2013
Lesson 2: Contributing to SharePoint Lists
Lesson 3: Contributing to SharePoint Libraries
Module 2: Using SharePoint Content
Lesson 1: Participating in User Communities
Lesson 2: Utilizing Views
Lesson 3: Integrating with Microsoft Office
Module 3: Establishing Site Owners
Lesson 1: Becoming a Site Owner
Lesson 2: Managing User and Group Access
Module 4: Building Up SharePoint Sites
Lesson 1: Creating and Editing Lists and Libraries
Lesson 2: Utilizing Web Pages
Lesson 3: Working with Subsites
Module 5: Managing Sites
Lesson 1: Searching SharePoint Sites
Lesson 2: Utilizing SharePoint Apps
Lesson 3: Performing Administrative Tasks on Sites
Module 6: Automating SharePoint with Workflows
Lesson 1: Exploring Workflows
Lesson 2: Using SharePoint 2010 Approval and Three-State Workflows
Lesson 3: Working with SharePoint Designer


Target Audience
This course targets SharePoint 2013 site owners at all levels – whether you are new to SharePoint, new to the site owner role, new to the 2013 version, or a seasoned site owner looking for additional tips and tools. It is also designed for anyone who wants to better understand the front-end of SharePoint; for example, IT professionals who support business users, SharePoint power users who field an array of questions, or subject matter experts who collaborate with SharePoint site owners. It is also designed for individuals who seek professional distinction through the 77-419 SharePoint 2013 MOS exam.

Expected Duration (hours)
32.0

Lesson Objectives

Microsoft SharePoint 2013 for Site Owners Expert Live with Encore

  • Describe high level concepts and interface elements of SharePoint 2013
  • Navigate comfortably through a SharePoint 2013 site
  • Contribute to SharePoint lists and libraries
  • Utilize social computing features in SharePoint 2013
  • Use and create views
  • Integrate SharePoint with Microsoft Office and other tools
  • Take the initial steps to becoming a site owner and developing a site
  • Manage user and group access and permissions
  • Create and edit lists and libraries
  • Work with webpages and web parts
  • Work with subsites
  • Search SharePoint sites as well as enhance search capabilities
  • Utilize SharePoint apps
  • Perform standard site maintenance duties and administrative tasks
  • Automate business processes through SharePoint workflows
  • Use SharePoint Designer 2013
  • Course Number:
    LLMS0063