Contact your local/divisional IT services to inquire about getting a new SharePoint site or gaining access to an existing SharePoint site.
If you do not have a local IT group, you can request a site in the IT Service Centre.
SharePoint Online is a cloud-based platform that enables groups to collaborate, share and publish documents or web content using a variety of template options. It provides a secure place to store, organize, share, and access information from almost any device and all major web browsers.
SharePoint sites can be Teams-connected or standalone. To learn more about SharePoint, including guidance on site governance, best practices, sample sites, cool features and more, visit our site at https://uoft.me/sharepoint.
This shared service is operated and managed by Information Technology Services through EASI and is available to staff and faculty who have been migrated to Office 365. Departments or units may request site collection(s) to create SharePoint sites where faculty, staff, and/or students may collaborate online. Designated staff members act as “site owners” that design and manage their site(s) to best serve local faculty and staff needs. SharePoint access is distributed and managed by independent local site owners.
There is no cost for this service.