SharePoint is a collaborative work tool that enables colleagues to work together on current and active projects or tasks. This applies to work within small close-knit teams, or more widely to cover work that it shared across a department, division, or across the LSE.
The primary goal is for SharePoint to become the central location for all things shared. Typical uses may include: collaborative working on a research report; storage of documents relating to a cross-departmental project; a location to work on meeting agendas or distribute minutes; or simply a means to upload drafts to enable colleagues to have their input.
There is no formal limit to the number of sites a department, division, or team may request. You may, for example, work on different projects and each project will need a new site. However, each site will need to have a nominated site owner and they will have to undergo site owner training.