SharePoint End-User Bingo

User adoption can be tricky. But it can also be fun. In my own trainings and sessions, I try to introduce a little gamification to re-enforce learning and make traditional training processes more engaging and memorable.

I’m pleased to share my latest game, SharePoint End-User Bingo, with you. Next time you give a training or want to hold a fun contest or drawing, add some SharePoint Bingo to the festivities to re-enforce learning, spark dialogue and make SharePoint fun for end users to explore.

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SharePoint End-User Bingo

$2.95

SharePoint End-User Bingo is a great way to engage trainees and improve learning retention. Give your attendees something to do in a workshop, or to take back to their desk with them. Also a great way to encourage exploration of features perhaps beyond a person’s regular tasks.

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SharePoint End-User Bingo is a great way to engage trainees and improve learning retention. Give your attendees something to do in a workshop, or to take back to their desk with them. Also a great way to encourage exploration of features perhaps beyond a person’s regular tasks.

What’s included?

  • Includes downloadable SP End-User Bingo
  • Unlimited downloads and prints with attribution.

What is “with attribution?”

By  purchasing and receiving unlimited downloads/uses, you’re agreeing not to remove the “by Nate Chamberlain, SharePointLibrarian.com” attribution in the footer.

Appropriate usage

This is not to be posted on an external website or shared publicly in any way. By purchasing, you agree to utilize this training aid internally within your company or consulting efforts.

  • Does that mean I can share this via email with co-workers?
    • Yes, this is a great email attachment or printed handout for intra- or post- session engagement/follow-up
  • But I can’t send it to my aunt Bertha?
    • Correct. Bertha didn’t attend your training or share your office so no Bingo for Bertha. You can certainly send her the URL to get her own download though.

Agreeing to appropriate usage is another way of saying “I understand that by sharing this publicly I would be stealing from the author. I’m a good person so I won’t do that.”

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