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This tutorial has been updated to contain the new Google Forms features.

This tutorial has been updated to contain the new Google Forms features.

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    Updated - Google forms tutorial Updated - Google forms tutorial Presentation Transcript

    • Creating Forms Using Google Drive
    • Creating a New Form Step 1: Create New Form
    • Step 2: Choose a Title & Theme
    • Step 3: Choose Form Settings Step 4: Add Your Questions
    • Step 5: Choose your confirmation settings You can also choose to change your theme, response destination and view your form live
    • WORKING WITH FORMS - Adding Questions As you add questions to your survey, decide what type of question you want to use
    • WORKING WITH FORMS – The questions Text A question or prompt where the answer space is a small box to enter text. Good for questions where the answer is a word or two, or perhaps an ID number. Paragraph Text Good for open-ended, long-response style questions. Let your users express their opinions here Multiple choice Multiple choice selection (just like the SAT!), where the user can select only one option Checkboxes Multiple choice, but in this case the user can select one or more of the options Choose from a list Functionally similar to Multiple choice, but uses a dropdown menu.
    • WORKING WITH FORMS – The questions Scale Allows your users to rank something on a scale you define. If you are ranking a large number of items/criteria, you should use Grid. Grid Essentially just a number of scales. Good for ranking a number of items or criteria. Date Your user chooses a date from Month, Day, and Year dropdown menus Time Either a specific time of day or a duration is chosen from dropdown menus. Section header A header that allows you to break up sections of your form Page break Lets you make a totally separate page of your form. Image
    • WORKING WITH FORMS - Adding Images When you add an image, it is a separate element in your form that you can move.
    • THE QUESTIONS – What are these buttons?
    • Sample Check Boxes Question Sample List Question Sample Ranking or Scale Question THE QUESTIONS - How they appear
    • WORKING WITH FORMS – More questions Sample Grid Questions
    • GRADING FORMS – Flubaroo Overview • Create a Form • Create an Answer Key • Assign it • Grade it • Review Visit www.flubaroo.com/flubaroo-user-guide
    • Surveys appear in your Drive Survey results are in spreadsheet form WORKING WITH FORMS – Seeing Results
    • From the Form Menu: •Edit the existing form •Send the form to more recipients •Go to the live form to view •Embed the form into a webpage •View a visual representation of your results •Unlink Form (stop accepting responses) FORMS RESULTS - I choose spreadsheet You can choose to have your responses be shown in a separate file as shown here. BONUS - choose this method if you use the form repeatedly.
    • From the Form Menu: •Edit the existing form •Send the form to more recipients •Go to the live form to view •Embed the form into a webpage •View a visual representation of your results •Unlink Form (stop accepting responses) FORMS RESULTS - I choose spreadsheet You can choose to have your responses be shown in a separate file as shown here. BONUS - choose this method if you use the form repeatedly.