Microsoft SharePoint Server Content Management for SharePoint 2013 and 2016 Course Overview

Microsoft SharePoint Server Content Management for SharePoint 2013 and 2016 Course Overview

The Microsoft SharePoint Server Content Management for SharePoint 2013 and 2016 course is designed to educate learners on how to effectively manage content within SharePoint. Covering a spectrum of content management capabilities, the course offers practical guidance on how to implement SharePoint's robust features to organize, manage, and share content securely and efficiently.

Participants will delve into SharePoint’s Content Management Features, starting from basic security and sharing to advanced library configuration. They will learn how to configure versioning, manage metadata, and work with site columns and content types, crucial for maintaining a well-structured content repository. The course also covers auditing and retention policies to ensure compliance and governance, as well as teaching learners how to automate processes within libraries to streamline workflows.

By mastering the skills to optimize search within libraries, manage records, and understand the taxonomy, learners will be equipped to enhance SharePoint’s functionality and improve user adoption. This course is valuable for anyone looking to leverage SharePoint for enterprise content management, ensuring that learners will be proficient in organizing content and managing libraries with ease.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure a successful learning experience in the Microsoft SharePoint Server Content Management for SharePoint 2013 and 2016 course, participants should have the following minimum prerequisites:


  • Basic understanding of web technologies (HTML, CSS, JavaScript)
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office products, especially Word and Excel
  • Experience with managing files and documents within a Windows environment
  • Knowledge of core SharePoint features and navigation within a SharePoint site
  • An understanding of basic data management concepts
  • Comfort with using Windows operating systems, such as Windows 7 or later
  • Basic knowledge of networking, including an understanding of how to navigate the internet and intranet environments

Please note that these prerequisites are designed to provide a foundation for the course content and to enhance the learning experience. Individuals with a general interest in content management and a willingness to learn are encouraged to participate.


Target Audience for Microsoft SharePoint Server Content Management for SharePoint 2013 and 2016

The Microsoft SharePoint Server Content Management course offers in-depth training on organizing, managing, and securing content in SharePoint 2013 and 2016.


• IT Professionals and Administrators managing SharePoint environments • Content Managers and Web Managers responsible for SharePoint content • SharePoint Developers who create and manage SharePoint sites • Information Management Specialists focusing on SharePoint security and compliance • Business Analysts and Project Managers utilizing SharePoint for collaboration • Knowledge Managers overseeing the structuring of corporate information • Document Control Officers managing document retention and auditing policies • Records Managers implementing SharePoint for records management • Data Governance Specialists ensuring proper metadata and taxonomy usage • Compliance Officers monitoring information management policies • Quality Assurance Managers establishing SharePoint content approval workflows • Librarians and Information Scientists optimizing search and metadata in SharePoint • SharePoint Power Users involved in library automation and content organization




Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Microsoft SharePoint Server Content Management for SharePoint 2013 and 2016?

Introduction to Course Learning Outcomes:

This course equips students with the skills to effectively manage content on SharePoint 2013 and 2016, focusing on content management features, security, library configuration, metadata, and more.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand and leverage SharePoint’s content management features to organize and maintain content within an enterprise environment.
  • Configure and manage SharePoint security, including permissions and content sharing, to ensure appropriate access and collaboration.
  • Implement SharePoint sync features and understand their configuration to facilitate offline access and content synchronization.
  • Set up and manage library configurations, including versioning, content approval, and check-in/check-out processes to maintain content integrity.
  • Utilize metadata and taxonomy to improve content discoverability and maintain an organized information architecture within SharePoint.
  • Create and manage site columns and content types, understanding the role of the Content Type Hub in content organization and reuse.
  • Develop and implement auditing and retention policies to comply with legal and organizational information governance requirements.
  • Organize content using folders, views, document sets, and the Content Organizer tool to streamline user navigation and content retrieval.
  • Automate library processes using SharePoint’s built-in tools such as alerts, workflows, and Microsoft Flow to enhance efficiency and consistency.
  • Optimize libraries for search within SharePoint, enhancing the search experience and ensuring content is easily findable by end-users.