SharePoint 2010 Training
FAQs & How-Tos
Solutions in AskTAC Knowledge Base
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Browser Settings for Best Experience
SharePoint needs to be added to the Trusted Sites in your Internet browser to prevent multiple log-ins. This is a simple one-time setting adjustment. View instructions in AskTAC for Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari.
How To Request a SharePoint Site
- Division / Department site: Enter a project request. (NOTE: Project request instructions)
- Community site / Team Site: Call or e-mail the Technology Assistance Center (TAC).
- Student Organization site: Fill out the Technology Request Form
- "My Site": Already created. No request is necessary.
SharePoint is a collaboration software solution to assist faculty, staff and students with group communication. SharePoint provides many features such as document management, online calendars, team discussions and much more.
Log In to SharePoint
Log in at: https://share.uncw.edu (Use your full UNCW email address and current password.)
|Audience||Course Supplier||Course Title||Mode of Delivery|
|All Clients||* UNCW SkillPort||Introduction to SharePoint at UNCW||Online CBT|
|All Clients||* UNCW SkillPort||Microsoft SharePoint 2010 for Dummies||Online
|All Clients||Microsoft||SharePoint 2010 Resources for End Users||Online|
|List Managers||* UNCW SkillPort||Microsoft SharePoint 2010: UNCW List Manager Training||Online CBT|
|List Managers||* UNCW SkillPort||Office and SharePoint 2010 User's Guide: Integrating SharePoint with Excel, Outlook, Access and Word||Online
* To Access SkillPort and view the online CBT courses and/or Books 24x7, login to mySeaport, click on the SkillPort CBT link, and search for the course/book title in the "Search for" box at the top of the SkillPort page.
Types of SharePoint Sites Available
Division / Department Sites
These sites allow collaboration for UNCW divisions and their respective departments. To request a site, see instructions on panel at right.
Community SitesCommunity sites are based around a common area of focus. Examples include academic research groups, student organizations and software user groups. To request a site, see instructions on panel at right.
NOTE: Student Organizations can obtain a SharePoint community site for their group by filling out the Technology Request Form.
Team SitesTeam sites are available for any committees or special project teams. To request a team site, see instructions on panel at right.
"My Site" Personal SiteBy default, all faculty, staff and students have a My Site created automatically. This site contains your personal profile that other SharePoint users can view. You can customize this site to your personal preferences.
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