Exploring Microsoft SharePoint 2010
©2012 |Pearson | Out of print
Daniela Marghitu, Auburn University
Robert T. Grauer, University of Miami
©2012 |Pearson | Out of print
The goal of the Exploring series has been to move students beyond the point and click, helping them understand the why and how behind each skill. The Exploring series for Office 2010 also enables students to extend the learning beyond the classroom.
Students go to college now with a different set of skills than they did five years ago. With this in mind, the Exploring series seeks to move students beyond the basics of the software at a faster pace, without sacrificing coverage of the fundamental skills that everybody needs to know.
Diversity: Students have diverse career goals. To target the variety of majors taking the course, Exploring offers examples relevant to every student.
Studying Made Easy: Students read, prepare, and study differently than they used to. Rather than reading a book cover-to-cover, students want to easily identify what they need to know, and then learn it efficiently. The key features found in the Exploring series bring students into the content, making the text easy to use.
White Pages/Yellow Pages: Clearly distinguish the theory from the skill exercises.
NEW! Compass, an online reference tool designed to help students learn the 50 most essential skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint, is included as part of the Exploring System. Available online via your computer or mobile phone, Compass is an online, at-your-fingertips resource for tech savvy students who need help and answers right away.
NEW! Visual Reference Cards for each application provide visual summaries and quick tips that answer the questions asked most commonly by students. These are movable throughout the book and can also be used as a bookmark.
A Chapter-Opening Case Study now not only introduces the scenario that the Hands-On Exercises in the chapter are built around, but also carries throughout the entire chapter to provide students with consistency of context to help them learn.
NEW! Set-Up Videos! These live-action videos act out the Case Study, describing skills that will be learned and showing the relevance of the skills to students' current lives and/or future careers. Professors are provided with exercises to help guide and assess students on their comprehension of the skills while watching the videos.
Objective Mapping enables students to skip the skills and concepts they know, and quickly find those they don’t, by scanning the chapter opener page for the page numbers of the material they need.
Pull Quotes entice students into the theory by highlighting the most interesting points.
End-of-Chapter material offers instructors several options for assessment. Each chapter has 12-15 exercises ranging from multiple-choice questions to open-ended projects.
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Exploring SharePoint 2010
Chapter 1 SharePoint Technologies : Introduction to SharePoint 2010
Chapter 2 Web Sites : Working with SharePoint Sites
Chapter 3 Web Pages : Working with SharePoint Web Pages
Chapter 4 Microsoft Office2010 : Integrating Microsoft Office 2010 Documents with SharePoint Sites and Adding Interactive Web forms to SharePoint Sites
Appendix A Internet, World Wide Web, Web Sites: Introduction to the Internet, World Wide Web, Web Sites and Web Pages
Appendix B HTML, XHTML, XML, and CSS: Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2010 Use Friendly Tools for Working with HTML, XHTML, XML, and CSS
Appendix C Accessibility and Usability: Designing and Building Accessible and User Friendly Web Sites and Web Pages
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