This article applies to: Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
The mission of the group is to bring together active and potential users and developers and administrators of SharePoint and related technologies for knowledge sharing, exploration, and discussion. An emphasis is placed on SharePoint itself, both Office 365 and on-premises, but other related technologies such as other Office 365 components, third-party add-ons, and products and technologies that offer opportunities for interoperability will be represented as well.
You do not need to be a SharePoint guru to participate! Anyone in the Cornell community interested in SharePoint is welcome, including content contributors, site collection and site administrators, and developers. SharePoint is a large topic and not every meeting will touch on all skill levels, but overall, the interests of a range of roles and skill levels will be covered.
Topics include a range of material, based heavily on suggestions from members. For example, sessions could include demonstrations and tutorials involving site and site collection management, use of document libraries, calendars, custom lists, project management tools, searching, and more advanced areas such as workflows, branding, page development, the Client Side Object Model, and the App Model. Each meeting will also include time for updates and open discussion.
Meets: Monthly. Weill Hall 226, 90 minutes. Meetings also streamed via Zoom. Announced on firstname.lastname@example.org, Yammer, and IT News.
Contact an Organizer: Dan Elswit