Introduction to SharePoint 2010

Course Description

 

In this hands-on course students will learn how to navigate through the SharePoint environment and create their own subsites for specific work teams. Students will find out how to use, modify, and create SharePoint lists (such as announcements, calendars, and contacts) to stay connected to other group members and more effectively share data. They will discover how to create and use libraries to store, retrieve, and share documents on the SharePoint server rather than a local hard drive. In addition, students will learn how to improve site navigation by modifying the Quick Launch and Top Link bar, create lists based on Excel and Access data and link SharePoint content to Excel and Access files.


Prerequisite: General working knowledge of Windows Server

 

 

 

Registration Information:

You can register for this course by:

 

  • Downloading and emailing or mailing the non credit registration form found on the right
  • Registering online using the link provided on this page
  • Calling 215-881-7400 and using a credit card (Visa or MC)

 

 

Location
Penn State Abington

Location

1600 Woodland Rd
Abington, PA 19001
Course held in Woodland Computer Lab
Tuition
$595
Cost does not include price of textbook
Extra Fees
$25 technology fee to be paid once per semester.
Credit Information
Credit Type CEU
Credits Received 2.1
Credit Details Continuing Education Units
Registration Link
For more information, contact:
Randy Ingbritsen
Randy Ingbritsen
215-881-7405
Course Dates
Wed Sep 19, 2012 - 6:00:PM - 9:00:PM
Wed Oct 3, 2012 - 6:00:PM - 9:00:PM
Wed Oct 10, 2012 - 6:00:PM - 9:00:PM
Wed Oct 17, 2012 - 6:00:PM - 9:00:PM
Wed Oct 24, 2012 - 6:00:PM - 9:00:PM
Wed Oct 31, 2012 - 6:00:PM - 9:00:PM
Wed Nov 7, 2012 - 6:00:PM - 9:00:PM
Course Details
Schedule Number: 539411
Certificate: SharePoint 2010
Sessions: 7
Registration
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Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services is a flexible, collaborative technology that enhances the communication and productivity of work groups through a Web-based environment. Each of two-courses in this program are designed to provide the student with a hands-on learning environment through a series of instructor lead exercises and projects. This two-course program is ideal for sophisticated end-users, programmers and administrators