55262-A: Introduction to SharePoint for Office 365 Course Overview

55262-A: Introduction to SharePoint for Office 365 Course Overview

The 55262-A: Introduction to SharePoint for Office 365 course is designed for individuals who are new to SharePoint Online and wish to acquire the skills necessary for creating and managing sites, lists, libraries, and content. This course offers a comprehensive overview of SharePoint 365 functionalities and best practices, guiding learners through the setup, navigation, and site management within SharePoint Online.

Participants will gain hands-on experience with SharePoint 365 training through various lessons, starting with the basics of SharePoint Online setup, understanding site layouts and navigation, to the intricacies of list and library creation, as well as managing document versioning and creating custom views.

By the end of the course, attendees of SharePoint 365 training courses will be adept at leveraging SharePoint for improved collaboration and productivity within their organizations. The structured lessons provide a clear learning path from foundational concepts to more advanced features, ensuring a thorough understanding of SharePoint's capabilities for Office 365 users.

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Course Prerequisites

Certainly! To ensure that our students are well-prepared for the 55262-A: Introduction to SharePoint for Office 365 course, the following are the minimum required prerequisites:

  • Basic computing skills, including the ability to navigate the Windows operating system, manage files and folders, and a general understanding of how to use a computer and web browser.
  • Familiarity with Office 365 basics such as using Outlook for email and calendar, and a general awareness of other Office 365 applications like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • An understanding of basic Internet concepts such as web browsers (e.g., Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox), and navigating to websites using URLs.
  • No prior experience with SharePoint is required, but a basic understanding of what SharePoint is and its purpose within an organization would be beneficial.
  • An openness to learning and exploring new technologies, as SharePoint is a robust platform with many features to master.

These prerequisites are intended to ensure that all students have a foundation upon which to build their SharePoint knowledge and are able to fully benefit from the course.

Target Audience for 55262-A: Introduction to SharePoint for Office 365

  1. The 55262-A course offers foundational SharePoint knowledge for integrating and managing content in Office 365.

  2. Target Audience for the Course:

  • IT Professionals seeking SharePoint expertise
  • Office 365 Administrators
  • Team Leads managing collaborative efforts
  • Content Managers and Document Controllers
  • Business Analysts interested in SharePoint functionality
  • Project Managers overseeing team collaboration platforms
  • SharePoint Site Owners and Contributors
  • End-users adopting SharePoint for daily operations
  • Information Officers responsible for information management policies
  • Power Users leveraging SharePoint for advanced office tasks

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this 55262-A: Introduction to SharePoint for Office 365?

Introduction to the Course's Learning Outcomes and Concepts Covered

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to SharePoint for Office 365, covering setup, navigation, list and library management, and site creation to enable effective team collaboration.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand the structure and capabilities of SharePoint Online within Office 365.
  • Navigate SharePoint sites effectively and customize site navigation for improved user experience.
  • Create, manage, and customize lists using templates, columns, and validation to support team operations.
  • Utilize library templates to create document libraries and manage document versions for content control.
  • Develop and manage default and custom views in lists and libraries to tailor information display.
  • Learn the process of creating apps using SharePoint list templates to enhance productivity.
  • Implement and manage site templates and create various types of sites, including team sites and blog sites.
  • Explore site navigation options and configure them for optimal user access and efficiency.
  • Understand the principles of creating custom lists and adding columns to meet specific business needs.
  • Master the concept of document versioning and how to apply it within SharePoint libraries for document control.