Getting More Out of Google Forms
April 16, 2015 - BEST District of the EVSC
Google Forms 2.0
Google Forms is an awesome tool to assess and survey your students. Did you know that it can be even "awesomer" using an Add-on? Add-ons bring more functionality to the Google Product. It's like when you get a new cell phone - it looks great, has built-in functions, and multiple uses. However, you might add apps, a distinctive ringtone, and personal pictures right? You are making your new phone even better! That's what Add-ons do for Google Products - make them even better. Check these three Add-ons out!
formLimiter turns off a Google Form after a certain number of responses have been reached, or at a certain date and time, or when a spreadsheet cell equals a specific value.
Would you like to send an email confirmation to your respondents after they submit a Google Form? With the Form Notifications Add-on you can easily customize a personal response complete with a message, links, or other information you wish to share!
g(Math) for Google Forms
With the g(Math) Add-on, you can create graphs of functions, plot points, create statistical displays, and more. All of these things can be put into a Google Form with this Add-on.
Daniel Watson, eLearning Coach
The Google Apps for Education free online conference for educators called Educators on Air is on May 8 and 9. Check it out at Google for Education.