This session was presented at SharePoint Saturday Twin Cities on November 3, 2012. To get the full context and see the slide notes, please download the slides. …
This session was presented at SharePoint Saturday Twin Cities on November 3, 2012. To get the full context and see the slide notes, please download the slides.
Accompanying video demos are on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxSc1uqWwEXkrus62m7vPEcX0-FAzj0Yj
Session Abstract: Kerri Abraham and Wendy Neal team up to deliver a comprehensive discussion on methods that can empower users while retaining control for IT and building valuable resources for the future. Focusing on the need for documentation at every level of SharePoint development, these two ladies combine forces to share their experiences and their goals in helping power users reach their full potential. Being blocked from SharePoint Designer throughout most of her SharePoint experience, Kerri shares her insight and bold opinions about how others may work to overcome the same restrictions in their work environment by documenting their work and building trust with IT. Wendy adds balance to Kerri’s opinions by showcasing how she has worked toward this end with the users she supports, using the same techniques Kerri outlines in the book chapter she wrote with the same name. Showcasing how OneNote can be used in combination with SharePoint content types within a library, Kerri and Wendy will outline how users can build a SharePoint ‘Rudder’ to guide ongoing learning and provide resources for future platform support.