OIT Hosts SharePoint Online Training for UTSA Faculty and Staff

October 20, 2016



by Nicole Duff at 6:04 AM in Campus Community, Productivity, Staff News, Interesting

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 (Communications Specialist Nicole Duff discusses the basics of SharePoint Online.)

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) hosted its first SharePoint Online training session for the fall 2016 semester on Wednesday, October 19th, 2016. The session, which was held in the Financial Advising Room of the North Paseo Building (NPB 1.412), was led by Communications Specialist Nicole Duff and Project Coordinator Rosalind Ong De Trevino. In addition, Communications Specialist Danicia Steele assisted attendees with navigating SharePoint Online and Office365.

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(Project Coordinator Rosalind Ong De Trevino provides an overview of Delve.) 

The introductory course provided attendees with a look at the basics of the collaborative Microsoft platform, SharePoint Online. This platform also allows users to store and manage information and is available to UTSA faculty and staff for FREE along with OneDrive for Business, Power BI, Sway and other applications.

During the interactive training which was divided into six modules, attendees were provided a look at SharePoint team sites, how to manage documents in SharePoint as well as Office365 and Delve.

"I enjoyed this course and I will begin to use Office 365 more," one of the attendees shared.

Each semester OIT offers training sessions to help familiarize UTSA faculty and staff with some of the resources available to increase their productivity and help them work more efficiently.

 

To view upcoming OIT training courses, please click here.

To view a complete list of FREE OIT resources available for Faculty and Staff, please visit: https://utsa.edu/oit and click on Faculty and Staff Services.