Microsoft released this site in June 2011 to provide a rich set of examples and content to engage and educate end users. The site features 10 scenario focused webisodes, 10 how-to videos, 45 quick reference cards, 24 tips and tricks, and end user stories. The content is packaged into a downloadable adoption kit.
Download individual components:
2a. SharePoint Overview Training on Microsoft's Web Site
Every resource below is off the main landing page. Called out are the ones that seem most useful to end users.
2b. SharePoint 2010 Overview Videos
Each of these short videos is a Microsoft presenter providing a screencast of the listed topic.
3. Downloadable SharePoint Training Decks
These align to the self-paced courses on Microsoft's website (below). They're free, downloadable PowerPoint decks in PowerPoint 2010 format, intended for a trainer to reuse. You can customize them for group training or make them available to users to view on their desktops.
4. Training Courses on Microsoft's Website
These are very simple courses designed to provide a quick orientation to the subject matter. Each of these courses includes a short self-paced lesson, a test at the end of the lesson (tests are not scored, just a qui8ck self-test) and usually a Quick Reference Card summarizing the topics in the course.
SharePoint Overview Courses
Working with SharePoint Lists
Working with SharePoint Pages and Wikis
Working with Document Libraries
5. Microsoft Work Smart Guides
Microsoft IT created Work Smart productivity guides to provide our employees with scenario-based, best-use productivity aids on Microsoft products and technologies. These are downloadable, customizable versions of Work Smart materials to use as samples and reusable templates that specifically address the scenarios and processes in your information worker environment.
o Attached: SharePoint Guides
1. Collaborating with SharePoint Server 2010 - Get started on collaborating effectively with SharePoint sites and features.
2. Customizing SharePoint Sites - Customize SharePoint sites with Web parts. Display libraries, documents, RSS feeds, and customize the left navigation menu (Quick Launch).
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