SharePoint 2010: Taxonomy Management DVDSharePoint 2010 ships with a powerful taxonomy management tool – Term Store. Building out the Term Store can greatly improve user experience, search and information find-ability. To create and implement taxonomies correctly, information managers should understand the capabilities of the Term Store Management Tool and how to analyze audiences, information for building taxonomies plus how to plan the taxonomies to generate the best user experience and improve search results. The videos in this DVD teach the best practices, tips & tricks for creating and managing taxonomies in the SharePoint 2010 Term Store Management Tool. Each video has full audio narration performed by Mike Doane – SharePoint Taxonomist at Term Management, LLC.
Watch these video samples from the DVD:
- Overview of Taxonomies in SharePoint 2010
- Planning Taxonomy Implementation in SharePoint 2010 – Part 1
- Training from actual SharePoint professional and taxonomist
- Videos cover skills on term store management in SharePoint 2010
- Full of Demos of the functionality.
- This video package can be downloaded immediately after purchase.
|SharePoint 2010: Creating and Managing Taxonomies|
|Level: Advanced||Approx Time: 2 hrs|
|SharePoint Videos||Duration (mm:ss)|
|Introduction to the Term Store||Introduction to the Term Store and how to navigate to it from Central Administration.||1:33|
|Overview of Taxonomies in SharePoint 2010||This video provides an overview of taxonomies in general, and the Term Store Management tool. In addition to introducing the Term Store, we discuss SharePoint 2010’s value as an information management platform from the standpoint of both an end user and a taxonomy manager.||7:07|
|Planning Taxonomy Implementation in SharePoint 2010 – Part 1||Knowing your audience is the best place to start any information management endeavor, and a taxonomy implementation in SharePoint 2010 is no exception. This video walks through some of the most applicable user analysis methods for SharePoint 2010 taxonomy implementation.||11:57|
|Planning Taxonomy implementation in SharePoint 2010 – Part Two||In this video, a shift is made from assessment to structured planning for implementation. The development of a roadmap to guide progress and implement a phased approach for taxonomy implementation is reviewed in detail.||11:12|
|Evaluating the information before you proceed – Part One||Beyond user needs analysis and content auditing is the all-important step of properly analyzing existing taxonomies and file structures. Migration of these structures into SharePoint 2010 poses a collection of challenges and options. This video details the choices that need to be considered for migration and points out many of the necessary structural concerns to be acknowledged when considering the adoption of SharePoint 2010.||10:50|
|Evaluating the information before you proceed – Part Two||Prebuilt taxonomies (taxonomies that are already constructed for particular vertical industries, such as healthcare and IT) are introduced as an option for seeding your new taxonomy efforts. Examining their schema, hierarchies, and relationships can be an excellent place to start as you prepare to develop taxonomies for your SharePoint 2010 environment.||10:19|
|Building Taxonomies in SharePoint 2010 – Part One||The specifics of developing a taxonomy in the Term Store are discussed here. Basic hierarchical structures of the environment are discussed as well as the peculiarities and best-practices involved in importing taxonomies from Excel.||11:48|
|Building Taxonomies in SharePoint 2010 – Part Two||The details of creating and editing terms in the Term Store are discussed in this video. Focus is given equally to strengths, limitations, and workarounds of each type of term, and real-world examples of the challenges that SharePoint 2010 presents to the information manager are highlighted.||13:39|
|Integrating Taxonomies in SharePoint 2010 – Part One||A discussion around the generation and integration of enterprise keywords takes place in this video. Their importance as a contribution to taxonomy development and management is discussed. Establishing site columns and content types is also covered as it relates to the structure provided by your implemented taxonomies.||13:48|
|Integrating Taxonomies in SharePoint 2010 – Part Two||This follow-up video delves further into taxonomy integration by discussing managed metadata services and their association with site columns and content types.||11:33|
|Managing Taxonomies in SharePoint 2010||The video provides an introduction to the taxonomy management roles provided by SharePoint 2010 within the Term Store. Further organizational governance structure is also discussed as pertains to the introduction of your taxonomies to SharePoint 2010 environments.||12:52|