UP 29 PLACES IN 2022
SharePoint is an integrated suite of products from Microsoft to create a social intranet and collaboration portal.
Cost: Commercial. Free Trial
Rankings in the previous surveys:
|2021: 63||2020: 58||2019: 33||2018: 40||2017: 41||2016: 38||2015: 45||2014: 65|
|2013: 59||2012: 45||2011: 65||2010: 75||2009: 50||2008: –||2007: –|
Comments on SharePoint in 2022
“Easy to use. Part of our corporate tools and systems. Allows me to 1) create a knowledge base for our team and stakeholders outside our team, 2) create intranet-like spaces where I can host a learning essentials blog for my peers” Learning Consultant, Germany
“Great way to share communications and learning widely.” Education and Learning Officer, UK
Previous comments on SharePoint
“Create microsites to make learning more accessible than a clunky LMS” Scott Fellows, Learning Consultant, UK, 2021
“Enables collaboration internally and with external project partners and collaborators.” Training Director, USA, 2021
“workplace intranet, investigating further applications alongside MS 365 and external tools” Director Knowledge Management, Austria, 2021
“workplace intranet, yet to be seen how to integrate with other MS 365 modules” Director Knowledge Management, Austria, 2020
“Using SharePoint I have been able to design an engaging induction platform for staff. I have been able to embed Sways, videos and infographics making the experience an interactive one.” Learning & Development Coordinator, UK, 2019
“Still a solid home for collaborative documents, storage, and learning resources” Manager of Product Development, USA, 2019
“Work intranet uses SharePoint. Great for discussion boards, document libraries. I also have a work blog on the site” CEO, Australia
“I have been using SharePoint, with the help of a custom HTML editor (Wix-style), to provide web based content instead of eLearning modules. This is giving my team more flexibility to create and maintain our content, and gives our people more flexibility to access the content when and where they need it.” Head of Risk Skills, Australia, 2019
Quick Guide to SharePoint
Here you will find some basic guidance and links to resources on how to use SharePoint for teaching, training, learning and development.
Microsoft SharePoint is one of the fastest growing applications in the company’s history. In the workplace it is also a known intranet platform, but it can also be used as a formal place for organising training content and learning resources
- as a learning portal, ie a gateway to all the courses, resources, and instruments that facilitate teaching and learning.
- as an e-learning platform – a place to host e-learning courses
- as a LMS – so that trainers can upload content into the platform, and it manages and tracks access to that content
- see Top Reasons why a SharePoint LMS makes sense?
- this video shows how to build an LMS in SharePoint
In education SharePoint is used to create a platform where teachers, students, and parents can share information It can enhance learning and teaching not just in the classroom but also beyond the classroom too.
- see Ten ways SharePoint can Enhance Education
- here’s a video on how it can be used to create a VLE (Virtual Learning Environment)
Here’s how to create a Class SharePoint & OneNote site with Teams
- SharePoint Online: Best practices, tips, and tricks, Sharegate, 17 December 2019
- SharePoint Online cheat sheet, Computer World, 5 May 2018
- 5 Top Tips on Using SharePoint Effectively in Your Company, 23 May 2017
- Top 20 Ways to Use Sharepoint in Your Business, Street Directory
- Get started with SharePoint, Microsoft
Last updated: August 27, 2022 at 16:45 pm