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SharePoint 2010
SharePoint 2010 Site Owner – Level 1
1 Day(s)
In this one day instructor-led course, the students will learn to perform Site Owner functions with SharePoint 2010 sites. This can be taught on-site or at a training company.AudienceThe primary audience for this course is individuals who have been given a SharePoint 2010 project site in the workplace. This course covers the modification and changes that need to happen to a SharePoint Team site without the use of any web page design tools. The browser does it all. This is a non-technical course, meaning the typical audience are the majority of employees without technical backgrounds, but have been given a SharePoint site to manage a project.At Course CompletionAfter completing this course, students will be able to:Use a browser to edit pages, add pages and add parts.Change the look and feel of the site.Modify lists and libraries, such as versioningManage the use of columns and metadataTrack traffic on the site with reportsSet up a blog, a discussion board and surveysPrerequisitesBefore attending this course, students must have: Experience using a web browserSome Office 2007/2010 experience or exposureAlready attended the End User – Beginner and Advanced course.There will be an “End User Review” to remind us what we learned in the End User courses (optional) and bring us up to speed about end user needs in a project.
Price: $580
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Module 0: SharePointBeginner Review (optional)

The students will be introduced to whatSharePoint 2010 is and what it can do for the end user (employees) and forbusiness (employers)


§ What is SharePoint?

§ The SharePoint Players (roles of various people)

§ Focus on the End User Expectations

§ Complete walkthrough of a SharePoint site

Practice: No practice as this is a quick review to bring them up to speed

Aftercompleting this module, students will be able to:

§ Describe whatSharePoint 2010 is and what it looks like.

§ Understand how tointeract with the various parts of the site

§ Proceed withinteraction on their own SharePoint sites at work.

§ Understand thecorrelation of Office 2010 with SharePoint 2010

Module 1: YourFirst Site.

Thestudents will be introduced to SharePoint tasks that are expected from theproject owner, or site owner. Also called a “site administrator”, the tool theywill use is simply a browser, and the various configuration screens that sitevisitors or project members never see. Students will get familiar with the TeamSite and what needs to be done.


§ Make it your own.

§ Using Site Settings to change the look and feel.

§ Using “edit this page” in a browser

§ Understanding what needs to be done before site launch

Practice 1-1Changing the Look and Feel of the site

· Change the title and description

· Change the graphic (site image)

· Change the theme (colours)

· Add web parts

· Move web parts around

Aftercompleting this module, students will be able to:

§ Become familiarwith the procedures to change the look and feel of the site.

§ Become familiarwith the “site settings” area and what needs to be done there.

§ Confidently changeanything on their site

§ Specifically how toperform most editing functions

§ Present needed datain the form of web parts on the first page contributors see

Module 2: Modifyingand Adding Lists and Libraries

Thestudents will focus on the standard lists and libraries used in most projects;Tasks, Calendar and Shared Documents. Skills learned in these areas can applyto any other list and library. Students will also learn to add new libraries,delete old libraries and modify existing libraries as needed, such asversioning, content approval, metadata, and views.


§ Exposure to extra columns in libraries and lists with compulsory data or not.

§ Tasks – Settings and all the areas that need attention in a list

§ Exposure to Tasks settings for managing the Title, workflows, deletion etc.

§ Library – Settings and specific focus on the default Shared Documents

§ Common library settings such as versioning, ratings and advanced settings

§ Making a new library

§ Making an new column

Practice 2.1 Changing Task Settings

· Make a new Tasks list

· Change the title of the new list

· Investigate workflow settings

· Investigate advanced settings

· Delete this list

Practice 2.2 Changing Task Views

· Change views on Tasks to Gantt view

· Change views on Calendar

· Change views on Discussion lists

· Add items to the lists and explore the results

Practice 2.3 Managing Library Settings

· Investigate the browse, documents and library tabs

· Investigate library settings

· Change the versioning settings to recommendations

· Change Advanced Library settings

· Turn on Ratings

· Create an extra column with mandatory fill in

Practice 2.4Managing Library Permissions

· Investigate the standard inherited permissions

· Add yourself as owner and others as contributors

· Invite classmates to visit your site and test permissions

· Observe the results of permissions application

Practice 2.5Making and deleting libraries

· Make a new library

· Change settings to your liking

· Delete the library

Aftercompleting this module, students will be able to:

§ Modify lists andlibrary settings for all lists and libraries

§ Manage permissionsto their lists and libraries

§ Add columns totheir lists and libraries

§ Sort on columns orother criteria

§ How to make theirsite their own

Module 3: ObtainingFeedback From Your Team

Thestudents will be introduced to the procedure and concepts for collectingfeedback about the project from the project members. Feedback will be in theform of surveys, discussion boards and blogs. Each of these mechanisms willgive your site visitors a voice and can change the direction of the project.


· Making a Survey

· Making a Discussion Board

· Making a Blog

Practice 3-1 Making a survey with specific questions and formats

· Adjust default survey options

· Make a number of different questions from available formats

· Use branching logic in your questions

· View the graphical results of your survey

Practice 3-2Creating and Maintaining a Blog

· Make a blog for your project

· Make a post to your blog

· Change the view of the blog to threaded

· Invite others to your blog post and have them comment

· View the results

Aftercompleting this module, students will be able to:

§ Synchronize Make asurvey with multiple questions and branching

§ View the results ofthe survey after visitors have utilized it

§ Modify the defaultDiscussion Board settings and make posts

§ Evaluate theresults of comments in the Discussion board

§ Make a site blog,and all the settings for posting and viewing.

§ Manage permissionson all feedback mechanisms.

Module 4:Track Traffic with Reports

Studentswill be introduced to the built-in reports that SharePoint 2010 has to offer tothe site owner. These web analytics reports give all the necessary informationabout habits of the site visitors in graphical and numerical reports that canbe very useful in deciding if particular pages are effective, what browsers areused and who landed on what page.


§ Investigating all available options in the Web Analytics Reports area

o Top pages

o Top visitors

o Top referrers

o Top destinations

o Top browsers

o Number of sites

o Top site languages

Practice 4-1Web Analytics Reports

§ Investigate all reports including the list above

Aftercompleting this module, students will be able to:

Handle any reports needed to analyze the traffic onyour site