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XCOS 1000 - SharePoint Site Development

Work with SharePoint to share information and collaborate on projects in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Use Windows SharePoint Services to create virtual team Web sites to enable information sharing and collaboration between project team or department members. This class can also be taken as part of the SharePoint Site Development Certificate. For details visit our web page.Class textbook included in course fee. Textbooks distributed in first course meeting. Prerequisite: Comfortable using Windows, keyboard, and mouse.

CEU Hours: 1.4

Contact Hours: 14

Course Outline:

1.	Navigating a SharePoint Site
2.	Creating and Managing Sites
3.	Working with Lists
4.	Managing Libraries
5.	Working with Document Workspaces
6.	Working with Meeting Workspaces
7.	Working with Surveys and Discussion Boards
8.	Working with Wikis and Blogs
 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
53538 006 -T-R--- 06:00-09:29 PM 10/14/14-10/23/14 RC 238 Weaver S 8 of 14

XCOS 1002 - SharePoint Installation and Implementation

Expand your SharePoint solution to include a variety of teams with different needs and manage the sites and servers. Create virtual Web-based meeting and document workspaces, as well as administer, maintain, and extend the functionality of a team Web site. Class textbook included in course fee. Textbooks distributed in first course meeting. Prerequisite: SharePoint Site Development or comparable knowledge. Basic understanding of computer networks and network implementation.

CEU Hours: 1.4

Contact Hours: 14

Course Outline:

Creating a Windows SharePoint Services Installation 
1.	Install Windows SharePoint Services 
2.	Set the SharePoint Administration Group 
3.	Configure Default Email Server Settings 

Establishing a Workspace 
1.	Create a Workspace 
2.	Manage the Built-in Web Parts of a Workspace 
3.	Manage Pages in a Meeting Workspace 
4.	Customize Content Using Web Parts

Modifying Web Site Appearance 
1.	Apply a Theme 
2.	Change Regional Settings 
3.	Manage Galleries

Using FrontPage to Modify Web Components 
1.	Apply a Theme to Individual Web Pages 
2.	Apply Formatting to a Web Page 
3.	Edit Views 

Managing Usage 
1.	Configure Usage Analysis Processing 
2.	View Site Usage Summary Data 
3.	View Site Collection Usage Summary Data 
4.	View Storage Space Allocation 
5.	Set Site Collection Quotas and Locks 
6.	Add a Content Database 
7.	Configure User Alerts 

Administering a Windows SharePoint Services Web Site 
1.	Manage Site Collection Owners 
2.	Manage Blocked File Types 
3.	Configure Antivirus Settings

Configuring Windows SharePoint Services Connections 
1.	Set the Default Content Database Server 
2.	Set the Configuration Database Server 
3.	Configure Data Retrieval Service Settings 

Removing Windows SharePoint Services Components 
1.	Configure Site Collection Use Confirmation and Auto-deletion 
2.	Delete a Site Collection 
3.	Remove Windows SharePoint Services from a Virtual Server
 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
53540 004 -T-R--- 06:00-09:29 PM 11/11/14-11/20/14 RC 238 Faculty 14 of 14

SharePoint

XCOS 1000 - SharePoint Site Development

Work with SharePoint to share information and collaborate on projects in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Use Windows SharePoint Services to create virtual team Web sites to enable information sharing and collaboration between project team or department members. This class can also be taken as part of the SharePoint Site Development Certificate. For details visit our web page.Class textbook included in course fee. Textbooks distributed in first course meeting. Prerequisite: Comfortable using Windows, keyboard, and mouse.

CEU Hours: 1.4

Contact Hours: 14

Course Outline:

1.	Navigating a SharePoint Site
2.	Creating and Managing Sites
3.	Working with Lists
4.	Managing Libraries
5.	Working with Document Workspaces
6.	Working with Meeting Workspaces
7.	Working with Surveys and Discussion Boards
8.	Working with Wikis and Blogs
 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
90528 001 -TW---- 06:00-09:29 PM 01/13/15-01/21/15 RC 238 Faculty 12 of 14
90529 002 MT----- 06:00-09:29 PM 03/02/15-03/10/15 RC 238 Faculty 14 of 14
90530 003 --WR--- 06:00-09:29 PM 05/13/15-05/21/15 RC 238 Faculty 14 of 14

XCOS 1001 - SharePoint Designer for SharePoint Sites

Receive an introduction to SharePoint Designer and the Designer workspace, toolbars and task panes. Work with Web page content and Web Parts, list views and ASP.Net pages. Explore Cascading Style Sheets, the use of external data sources, Master Web pages and SharePoint Site Management. This class can also be taken as part of the SharePoint Site Development Certificate. For details visit our web page.Class textbook included in course fee. Textbooks distributed in first course meeting. Prerequisite: Dreamweaver: Designing Websites, HTML Basics, or comparable knowledge.

CEU Hours: 2.1

Contact Hours: 21

Course Outline:

Introduction to SharePoint Designer 
1.	Understanding SharePoint Designer
2.	Using SharePoint Designer to Carry Out Common Tasks
3.	Considering Complications of Upgrading Customized SharePoint Sites
4.	Explore a SharePoint site in SharePoint Designer
5.	Explore a SharePoint Server site in SharePoint Designer

The SharePoint Designer Workspace 
1.	Exploring the SharePoint Designer Workspace
2.	Using Toolbars 
3.	Using Task Panes
4.	Explore the SharePoint Designer workspace, and view startup options
5.	Customize the Common toolbar
6.	View and manage task panes
7.	Creating a SharePoint Site Hierarchy
8.	Deleting a SharePoint Site
9.	Create a site and a child site based on templates, and change a site title
10.	Delete a child site

Web Page Content 
1.	Exploring a Web Page
2.	Inserting Text, ScreenTips, and Hyperlinks
3.	Inserting Web Components
4.	Adding Client-Side Interactivity
5.	Creating a Table Layout
6.	Changing the Default Page for a Web Site
7.	Resetting a Page to the Site Definition
8.	Explore a content page in SharePoint Designer
9.	Create, edit, and format a page
10.	Add a Web component to a page
11.	Add an action to an image
12.	Create, format, and add content to a table
13.	Change the home page of a site
14.	Reset a customized page to the site definition

Web Pages 
1.	Creating a Web Part Page by Using a Browser
2.	Creating an ASP.NET Page
3.	Deleting a Web Page
4.	Create an ASP.NET page with a table layout

Lists Views 
1.	Modifying a Built-In List View Page
2.	Creating a List View Page
3.	Modifying a Built-In List Form Page
4.	Change a built-in list view
5.	Explore and create a Custom List Form

Data Views 
1.	Inserting a Web Part Zone
2.	Adding a Web Part and Modifying Web Part Properties
3.	Creating a List View Web Part
4.	Customizing a List View Web Part
5.	Insert two Web Part zones
6.	Add, modify, and delete a Web Part
7.	Create Announcements LVWP
8.	Modify the Announcements LVWP

Working with Data Sources 
1.	Use the Data Source Library
2.	Work with XML Data
3.	Connect to an RSS Feed XML File
4.	Connect to an XML Web Service
5.	Use Linked Sources
6.	Display the Content of a List on Another Site
7.	Connect Web Parts

Using Controls in Web Pages 
1.	Insert and modify controls
2.	Use standard ASP.NET controls
3.	Use standard ASP.NET Validation controls
4.	Use SharePoint Data View Controls
5.	Use SharePoint Server Control

Master Pages 
1.	Understanding Master Pages
2.	Attaching a Master Page
3.	Creating a Web Page from a Master Page
4.	Customizing a Master Page
5.	Changing the Default Master Page
6.	Manage content placeholders and content regions
7.	Reset a master page to the site definition
8.	Explore a site's default master page
9.	Attach a master page
10.	Create a customizable ASP.NET page from a master page
11.	Change the default master page
12.	Work with content placeholders on the master page and on the content page
13.	Reset a customized master page to the site definition

Cascading Style Sheets 
1.	Understanding CSS and Color-Coding Options
2.	Identifying Styles in Cascading Style Sheets
3.	Creating, Modifying, and Deleting Styles
4.	Using the Style Application Toolbar
5.	Creating and Attaching CSS Files
6.	Understanding CSS Inheritance in SharePoint
7.	Using CSS Reports
8.	Explore the Page Editor Options dialog box
9.	Identify styles used on a site
10.	Work with styles
11.	Work with the Style Application toolbar
12.	Attach a CSS file to a page
13.	Examine core.css and default master
14.	Validate the default master page

SharePoint Site Management 
1.	Configuring Contributor Settings
2.	Identifying Contributor Settings
3.	Creating Reports
4.	Backing Up and Restoring Sites
5.	Exporting and Importing Sites
6.	Copying Lists and Libraries Between Sites
7.	Copying Documents Between Sites
8.	Create and configure a Contributor group
9.	Identify the permissions assigned to users of a Contributor group
10.	Explore the site-management reports
11.	Backup and restore a site
12.	Use an exported site as the basis for a new site
13.	Import a subset of a site
14.	Copy a document to another site
 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
90531 001 --WR--- 06:00-09:29 PM 03/25/15-04/09/15 RC 238 Faculty 13 of 14

XCOS 1002 - SharePoint Installation and Implementation

Expand your SharePoint solution to include a variety of teams with different needs and manage the sites and servers. Create virtual Web-based meeting and document workspaces, as well as administer, maintain, and extend the functionality of a team Web site. Class textbook included in course fee. Textbooks distributed in first course meeting. Prerequisite: SharePoint Site Development or comparable knowledge. Basic understanding of computer networks and network implementation.

CEU Hours: 1.4

Contact Hours: 14

Course Outline:

Creating a Windows SharePoint Services Installation 
1.	Install Windows SharePoint Services 
2.	Set the SharePoint Administration Group 
3.	Configure Default Email Server Settings 

Establishing a Workspace 
1.	Create a Workspace 
2.	Manage the Built-in Web Parts of a Workspace 
3.	Manage Pages in a Meeting Workspace 
4.	Customize Content Using Web Parts

Modifying Web Site Appearance 
1.	Apply a Theme 
2.	Change Regional Settings 
3.	Manage Galleries

Using FrontPage to Modify Web Components 
1.	Apply a Theme to Individual Web Pages 
2.	Apply Formatting to a Web Page 
3.	Edit Views 

Managing Usage 
1.	Configure Usage Analysis Processing 
2.	View Site Usage Summary Data 
3.	View Site Collection Usage Summary Data 
4.	View Storage Space Allocation 
5.	Set Site Collection Quotas and Locks 
6.	Add a Content Database 
7.	Configure User Alerts 

Administering a Windows SharePoint Services Web Site 
1.	Manage Site Collection Owners 
2.	Manage Blocked File Types 
3.	Configure Antivirus Settings

Configuring Windows SharePoint Services Connections 
1.	Set the Default Content Database Server 
2.	Set the Configuration Database Server 
3.	Configure Data Retrieval Service Settings 

Removing Windows SharePoint Services Components 
1.	Configure Site Collection Use Confirmation and Auto-deletion 
2.	Delete a Site Collection 
3.	Remove Windows SharePoint Services from a Virtual Server
 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
90532 001 --WR--- 06:00-09:29 PM 04/22/15-04/30/15 RC 238 Faculty 14 of 14
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