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The educational need for SharePoint within the Registrars Office is to show the advantages ofusing the SharePoint and how to use it effectively.
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Date Added to MERLOT: November 03, 2012
Date Modified in MERLOT: December 08, 2012
Submitter: Dave Wallace
Keywords: SharePoint, Microsoft, Internet

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Language: English
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Avatar for Kim Monts
4 years ago

Kim Monts (Teacher (K-12))

Plan is very precise. Anyone looking to take the class were to read this, they should not have any questions about what will be covered and what the expectations are.


Avatar for eric danowski
4 years ago

eric danowski (Teacher (K-12))

While I am not familiar with SharePoint, I do see that it has value in certain offices and departments. I thought this lesson offered a good way to become familiar with the software and for others to work together as they develop their skills with this tool.

Technical Remarks:

As I said, I'm not very familiar with the software but I'm sure those who actually work with it will appreciate the lesson you have put together here.


Avatar for Dana Lord
4 years ago

Dana Lord (Teacher (K-12))

I think that you did a great job addressing a need in your area of expertise and I like that you allow peers to assist each other since that is one of the best ways to master a skill. I'm not sure what IC3 or D2L are, but I think that certification for the teachers is a great motivator and the opportunity to complete the lessons at home is a good way to differentiate.

Technical Remarks:

I hate to admit it, but I had to google "Sharepoint" because I wasn't sure what it was. I'm assuming that the target audience you are working with is more familiar with this type of program than I am. :)

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