This course will explain the capabilities of SharePoint,
Teams, OneDrive and the wide range of Office 365 applications, enabling
delegates to setup an Office 365 environment which meets their needs and which
can be managed effectively. The course also covers the steps to be taken
to create an information architecture in SharePoint and Office 365, and the
effective governance of Office 365.
The trainer will take delegates through:
Course materials will be presented – and copies made available
to all delegates at the end of the course. The format is informal and
interactive with plenty of opportunities to ask questions and share experiences
with other delegates.
Please note that technical ‘hands on’ exercises are not
included in this course.
The course is aimed
at anyone looking to implement Office 365, exploit their existing Office 365
deployment, or improve a currently ineffective Office 365 system.
Date and time:
Canada Water Library, 21 Surrey Quays Road, London SE16 7AR.
course runs for a full day from 9:30 – 16:30, and will be delivered by Marc
Stephenson, a SharePoint and Office 365 expert of 15+ years.
The winner of the Metataxis award for a CityLIS student to attend the CILIP Annual Conference has been announced.
A press release from CityLIS states: “The winning submission was a comic strip on ‘The future of the document’ prepared by CityLIS student, Cathi Woods. The award judges said:
“This was a very appealing
cartoon-style presentation. It embodies
part of the principle of varied document types and provided an engaging
experience. The storyboard approach was
well constructed and provided a coherent synthesis of many relevant concepts.”
“Excellent: original, and very
well carried out”
“The jokes are great. A lovely use of humour to explain a serious
and critical topic”
“This could be developed into a
useful educational tool”
The Department of Library and Information Science at City,
University of London are very pleased that there is such strong support for the
next generation of information professionals to become actively involved with
CILIP. It represents a great opportunity
for early career professionals to network more widely and to bring their own
fresh perspective into the profession.
The winner will have the opportunity to present a poster at the Annual Conference.”
CityLIS is the innovative Masters programme run by Department of Library and Information Science at City, University of London. www.city.ac.uk/lis