Virtual Learning Platforms Thread, Sharepoint - where to start in Technical; I'm new to my current role as network manger at a school in birmingham, i started in January. At my ...
13th February 2009, 01:30 PM #1
13th February 2009, 09:19 PM #2
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Suggest you get yourself a copy of the e-book 'SharePoint Design for Schools' from The Kraal website. It details technical and design issues for schools, and takes you through a case study of Blatchington Mill school and how their extensive portal is designed, including SLG web parts, SLK, and use of third party tools.
I think it would not only give you an idea of potential design, but also what is available and what SharePoint is capable of doing for you as a school.
16th February 2009, 09:27 AM #3
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thanks for the reply mleighton. These books look like just what i'm after. all i need now is some budget to buy one i'll have to catch the head in a good mood.
27th February 2009, 11:35 PM #4
Seconded, get over to the kraal. After that, hunt down ajp (hiding around here somewhere!). His blogs are excellent. Mike and the gang at Twynham are very active too - and have a blog. There is also the Microsoft Schools blog, which has taken a serious turn to Sharepoint stuff recently. I'm a user too - and blog on it a bit.
There are plenty of us using it, so shout and we will help out as best we can.
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