Exploring Google Forms: From Surveys to Collaboration
Would you like to capture information for registrations, a survey or a poll, to have a distributive collaboration around a topic or project, or capture information collaboratively, you will want to learn more about the power of Google Forms.
If you are using Google Forms, you know it is pretty simple to add questions and receive information. Take it to the next level by utilizing different question types, sections, and branching. Learn the different settings to customize your responses.
Target audience: Anyone who would like to be using Google Forms to capture information for registrations, surveys, and other interest gathering activities and then use that data.
Workshop length: 1 hour plus an additional half hour for open Q & A.
Workshop format: Instructor-led demonstration and lecture. Participants will be encouraged to participate hands-on and ask questions. A handout will be provided.
Overview of creating a Google Form
Question types - what are the differences and when would you use them
Threading and flow (logic branching) - be able to have the user branch to a certain section based on their response to the question
Settings for sending and receiving data, capturing user information and user response options.
At the completion of this productivity workshop, participants will have been given tools to create more advanced and interactive Google Forms.
Wednesday, March 14 at 10:00am
Case-Geyer Library, Digital Learning Media Center (DLMC) - 5th Floor
Case-Geyer Library, 13 Oak Dr, Hamilton, NY 13346, USA