SharePoint Tutorials for beginners, administrators and developers
Free SharePoint Tutorials
SharePoint tutorials for beginners, administrators and developers. Free videos, PDFs and articles.
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This video will give you insights how customizations are put into solutions and features and how they are deployed to SharePoint [More]
This video describes SharePoint applications, APIs, tools and platforms. You will see that there is a big difference between ASP.NET and SharePoint which leads us to SharePoint solutions and deployment. [More]
This video shows the most common ways how you will work with data stored in SharePoint 2010 like Web Parts, Controls, Event Handler, Workflows or Timer Jobs. [More]
See how data is stored in SharePoint 2010 using items, lists, libraries, sites, site collections and web applications. [More]
This video explains how SharePoint 2010 helps to solve our daily working problems using capabilities like content, sites, communities, search, insights and composites. [More]
What is a SharePoint Tutorial
What is a tutorial? And what can you expect using a SharePoint tutorial?
If you use your favorite search engine and search for a definition of tutorial you will find something like this:
- A tutorial is one of many methods to transfer knowledge. It’s part of learning.
- It’s more interactive than a book or lecture.
- It’s more specific than a book or lecture.
- A tutorial teaches by example.
- A tutorial helps to complete a task.
A tutorial can contain a set of instructions, a step-by-step guide or a tutorial can be an interactive session... it can be:
- a book,
- a video or
- an application
Independently of the method it helps to complete a task or to solve a problem.
Furthermore it is self-paced meaning that a person can learn at their own speed which is quite useful if the tutorial is in a different language than your native language.
So it helps people with different skill levels.
If we take the things above and try to create a SharePoint tutorial it would look like this:
Well if this isn’t specific with a huge set of instructions on how to complete the given task... well I don’t know.
The good news is that you can download it.
At this site you will find such a SharePoint tutorial providing the structure and the content above.
So take a look for yourself if you find one for you...