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SharePoint Forms and Libraries

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Material Type: Tutorial
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: December 03, 2012
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 26, 2014
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Submitter : Dave Wallace

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The educational need for SharePoint within the Registrars Office is to show the advantages of using the SharePoint and how to use it effectively.


Keywords:
SharePoint, Form, Outlook, InfoPath, Microsoft, Excel, Office

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Primary Audience: College General Ed, College Lower Division, Professional
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: PC or Mac with high speed Internet and sufficient RAM.  Access to D2L provided by eLearningBasic knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Outlook.  Basic knowledge of Operating System and file management hierarchy.
Language: English
Cost Involved: no Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: no Copyright: yes
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Avatar for V. Clark
13 weeks ago

V. Clark (Administrator)

Very well done! Excellent voice and tone; very good content and structure and extremely relevant subject matter and presentation.
Time spent reviewing site: 30

Avatar for Angelica Garcia
1 year ago

Angelica Garcia (Teacher (K-12))

This is so well done. You do an outstanding job as a narrator. I was impressed with your ability to speak so coherently and flawlessly. You are very thorough in your presentation. A lot of information to take in. Your contact information in the end is a nice touch. I like how you presented information and then offered a quiz at the end. I would like to learn how to do this. I would have also liked instant quiz results too. Other than that, I don't think I would have done anything else any different.

 

Overall, a great StAIR presentation. 

Technical Remarks:

No technical difficulties.

Time spent reviewing site: 25 min
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Avatar for Kim Monts
1 year ago

Kim Monts (Teacher (K-12))

Tone of voice is clear as well as the pace is good.    The 'instructor' appears to be an expert in this area.  An excellent lesson for a new process that would save a lot of time in the registration process.


Avatar for eric danowski
1 year ago

eric danowski (Teacher (K-12))

This was well done. It was presented clearly, which is hard when it is narrated! I gathered a lot of information and felt mostly confident when going into the quiz--I had to stop and think on a couple of the questions, largely because I haven't actually tried the software as most of the users/viewers will.

Technical Remarks:

Everything was done clearly. I like that I got to see my responses at the end after submitting. I did get stuck on a couple of the questions as I am not familiar with the software (more information would have been helpful in the presentation, but actual users might not need this as much), but my educated guesses still seemed to work.


Avatar for Dana Lord
1 year ago

Dana Lord (Teacher (K-12))

Your explanation and voice were very clear and concise. I don't think I could recorde a screencast that long without saying "um" or "like" and you did an extremely good job at not using any filler words!  I'm not familiar with the program or the need for the various spreadsheets, but if I needed to gather the information or share it with other offices in the registration circle this would be a beneficial video. It was a little overwhelming for me, but that is probably because I have no background knowledge with this program. The quiz covered some basic questions from the video, but I'm not sure how I did on it. It would have been nice to have instant feedback to notify me if the answers were correct or incorrect. I would have also needed to see an example or written explanation of the task that I was going to need to perform since I am such a visual learner.

Technical Remarks:

The video worked just fine and the links during the quiz seemed to function as well.

Time spent reviewing site: 30 minutes

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