This course is designed to teach students an overview of end-user SharePoint interface and functionality. Students will also work with document libraries, work with lists and items, work with various views, update their personal profiles, use the Newsfeed, and learn about SharePoint.
This course is an introduction to Office 365 Sites. Upon completion of this course, users will have a basic understanding of SharePoint Sites and Sites structure, navigation, libraries, searching, newsfeeds, views, permissions, and organization. Students will learn the differences of Libraries and Lists and how to create different kinds of Libraries and Lists, add files to Libraries, add items to Lists, learn to use the Newsfeed to keep abreast of action on the site, and create and customize Views. In addition, students will explore Site and content organization, understand navigation of sites, search for content, and learn the basics of Permissions.
In this course, students will expand upon their existing knowledge and learn and use advanced features of Microsoft Outlook 365. Students will modify and manage message options, track and delivery options, voting options, contact options, calendar options, and other advanced Outlook features. Students will also review rules and automation, cleanup commands, sharing options, advanced graphic options, junk mail options, import and export features, and how to back up their Outlook data.
This course is designed to introduce students to the new features of Office 365. Students will review the common changes across the suite of products such as co-authoring, icons, Microsoft translator, inking tools, new chart types, and the accessibility checker. Students will review the individual feature enhancements in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access.
Instructor: Dr. Ryan Jesperson Level: Beginner Subject: Office 365 Duration: 03 Hours 08 Minutes Pre-requisites: Basic computer skills. A general understanding of the Office 365 Suite is helpful but not required. This course will cover the Office 365 program Power BI. Power BI is a powerful business intelligence tool for analyzing your date and presenting it visually. This course will cover both the Power BI web app as well as the Power BI Desktop app. Topics covered include getting started with Power BI, connecting to data, visualizing data, publishing your visualizations in dashboards and reports, and connecting to other apps like Excel.
This course teaches the basic functions and features of Visio Online 2016. The primary focus is to get acquainted with creating the different diagrams using the stencils and templates. You will learn how to draw basic shapes and arrange objects. You will also learn how to create diagrams, work with text, and apply formatting. Finally, you will create Flow charts, connect shapes, and work with themes and pages.