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Google forms

  1. 1. Create Forms/Surveys/Guestbook replies<br />for your activities<br />Google Forms<br />
  2. 2. Step 1: Enter Google Doc<br />Google Doc has many options, creating forms is one. <br />Login to Google Docs or create an account if you don’t have one.<br />Pull down from Create new to Form<br />
  3. 3. Step 2: Create your form<br />You will see a new window. You can :<br /><ul><li>Name your form
  4. 4. Explain the purpose
  5. 5. Create your Questions
  6. 6. Enter comments about your question, if needed.
  7. 7. Choose the type of responses you expect from a drop down menu of choices.</li></li></ul><li>Question Types<br /><ul><li>Text: If you expect a brief reply. IE: name, user id
  8. 8. Paragraph Text – If you want more descriptions, comments
  9. 9. Multiple Choice – If you want the user to select one answer from options. There is an option for ‘other’ so they can input a choice, and an option to go to a different page, depending on response
  10. 10. Checkboxes –allow for more than one response
  11. 11. Choose from a list – Select single option
  12. 12. Scale – Choose numeric values, deffault is from 1 to 5. You define 1 (ie:poor, 5:excellent)
  13. 13. Grid – Setup vertical and horizontal values</li></li></ul><li>Step 3: Customize your form<br />You can add as many questions as you’d like.<br />You edit your questions<br /><ul><li> with the pencil,
  14. 14. copy the question by clicking on the paper icon
  15. 15. Delete the question by clicking on the trash can
  16. 16. Click this check box to make the question required</li></li></ul><li>Themes are visible in published form<br />Choose a theme<br />Be sure to apply the change to save it.<br />Click this link to see what the form will look like<br />
  17. 17. Step 4: Share your form<br /><ul><li>You can email your form by: entering email addresses</li></ul>Or<br />You can copy the link and send it in your email<br />Or <br />You can put the link on your teacher web page.<br />
  18. 18. Share your form<br /><ul><li>You can embed the form in your blog or web page by copying and pasting the embed code under ‘more actions’.</li></li></ul><li>Step 5: Edit existing form<br />To edit your form, when you open google docs, click on the file name of your form..<br />If you have responses, you will see them in an excel spreadsheet: <br />
  19. 19. Step 5: Edit existing form<br />Pull down from form menu to ‘Edit Form’ to add more questions, change the theme or any<br />other changes you need.<br />