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Google Forms


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Google Forms is a useful tool to help you plan events, send a survey, give students a quiz, or collect other information in an easy, streamlined way. A Google form can be connected to a Google spreadsheet. If a spreadsheet is linked to the form, responses will automatically be sent to the spreadsheet. Otherwise, users can view them on the “Summary of Responses” page accessible from the Responses menu.

You can create a form from your Drive or from any existing spreadsheet.

Cool Features:

  • Add and edit questions, header, and page breaks
  • Add a theme to a form
  • Control page-to-page navigation
  • Share with collaborators
  • Send to respondents
  • View, manage and edit responses
  • Pre-populate form answers

One Activity

  1. Beth Alsen - Mesa Community College says:

    Hey roadies…so are you looking for a survey? Well, I must say that I absolutely love google forms! It is so easy to use that kids can use it, too! For example, when my daughter was in sixth grade, the President of the School, she would embed her form in google email to poll the students about topics they were exploring to enhance their school! And, with this this instance feedback… So why google over others? I absolutely love that you can view as an excel spreadsheet or in a word document. And, sometimes, this is much easier on the eyes.

    Attached to this is a google form, that the college eLearning Committee designed for faculty to adopt to use to reflect on their course design and delivery to find out how the learners viewed their design and instruction. When faculty use the form, they can copy it and either add or delete questions that are more informative to them. The idea behind this, was to give faculty a starting point and have them adopt it to their needs so that they could reflect on their practice.

    eLearning Course Design and Delivery form:

    So, don’t hesitate and go google!

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