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Our SharePoint Resources website is filled with instructions and best practices for editing your SharePoint website. Please visit resources.depaul.edu/sharepoint
Before you can be given access to edit your college or department's website, you will first need the permission of your site owner and you will need to attend a SharePoint training workshop. Please ask your site owner to email a request to email@example.com They should include the name, username, and role (visitor, editor, approver, and/or SmartForms editor) of each invidual to be added to the site. Once we have recieved your site owner's request, you will be sent an invitation to register for training to your DePaul email address. Access to your site will be granted upon completion of training.
Training: no training required
Training: Editor Training required
Training: Editor Training required
*Please note that there is no workflow, approval process, or version history available in SharePoint lists. Therefore, we recommend that site owners be cautious about assigning the SmartForm editor permission level.
Training: SmartForms Training required (Editor Training is a prerequisite for SmartForm Training)
Employees who leave DePaul are automatically removed from SharePoint every week. If an approver or editor switches departments at DePaul or their role no longer requires them to have access to your website, please contact the Help Desk. Include the employee’s full name, firstname.lastname@example.org email address, and the name of the site from which to remove their access.
SharePoint Editor and SmartForms trainings have moved to an online video format. Please ask the owner of your department’s website to email email@example.com with your name, username, the site(s) they would like you to have access to, and the level of access you should be granted upon completion of training. We will send you an email with further instructions on how to access the training videos.
A SharePoint teamsite is a web-based document sharing and
collaboration space available to DePaul departments and committees.
Members of a teamsites can view and edit documents from any computer with an internet
connection. Teamsites work particularly well with Microsoft Word,
PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote documents, allowing members to directly view or
edit a document in either a browser or in the application.* Each teamsite
is controlled by one or more site owners who grant permissions for the site,
allowing groups of users the ability to view or edit the entire site, or just
portions of the site.
DePaul offers several options for file storage and digital collaboration.
DePaul Employees: In addition to SharePoint teamsites, DePaul faculty, staff, and student employees can store and collaborate on documents using Box or DePaul's network W drives .
Students: Although DePaul students can be added to a department or committee's teamsite by a faculty or staff member, teamsites are not available to students for personal use. However students can store and collaborate on documents using either Box or Office 365/OneDrive for Students.
To request a new teamsite, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Include the site's owner(s), division, department, title of committee (or purpose of site), and whether or not you require training.
SharePoint Online Essential Training on LinkedIn Learning
SharePoint Teamsites Quick Guide
To get up-to-speed with SharePoint teamsites quickly and easily, we recommend SharePoint 2016 Essential Training on Lynda.com. Log in with your BlueKey login credentials (email@example.com email address and password). You may also want to take a look at our SharePoint Teamsites Quick Guide
Site owners who would like in-person assistance learning how to set up and manage their teamsite can request Teamsite Owners Training by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org Please include the number of people to be trained (if you have multiple site owners), the URL of your teamsite, a brief description of how you use (or plan to use) your site, and your availability.
Groups of 3 or more site members can request an in-person training workshop by emailing email@example.com Please include the number of people to be trained, the URL of your teamsite, a brief description of how you use (or plan to use) your site, the name of your site owner(s), as well as your group's availability.
To add or remove a Site Owner, please contact the Help Desk.
Site owners can add or remove members to either their entire site or a portion of their site.
Site owners can add or remove visitors to either their entire site or a portion of their site.