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Learning to Use Google Forms. Created by Russell Smith Technology Facilitator North Edgecombe High School. Accessing Google Documents. Go to http://www.google.com and click on the arrow next to the menu titled “more”. Click on the option labeled “Documents”.

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Learning to use google forms

Learning to Use Google Forms

Created by Russell Smith

Technology Facilitator

North Edgecombe High School


Accessing google documents

Accessing Google Documents

Go to http://www.google.comand click on the arrow next to

the menu titled “more”. Click on the option labeled

“Documents”.


Signing into google documents

Signing into Google Documents

If you already have a Google e-mail account, you can use your

log-in information to sign into your account.

If you do not

have a

Google e-mail

account, you

can create one

by clicking

here…


Your google documents dashboard

Your Google Documents Dashboard

Once you begin creating your Google Documents, you will

be able to see all of the documents that you have created.

Click on a particular document to access it.


What kinds of google documents can you create

What kinds of Google Documents can you create?

The menu for creating new

Google Documents is located on the

left side of the dashboard.

using Google Documents,

you can create:

  • Documents (similar to Microsoft Word)

  • Presentations (similar to PowerPoint)

  • Spreadsheet (similar to Excel)

  • Forms

  • Drawings


Creating google documents

Creating Google Documents

The layout for the Google Documents word processing application is

very similar to that of Microsoft Word.


Google documents sharing settings

Google Documents:Sharing Settings

When using the

“Sharing Settings”

you can choose to

make the

document

private or share it

only people you

invite.


Google documents renaming document

Google Documents:Renaming Document

To rename your document,

Click in the box labeled

“Untitled document”

A pop-up dialogue box will appear ,

allowing you to enter the new title

of the document.


Once your google document has been saved

Once your Google Document has been saved…

Once you have

saved your

Google Document,

you can view it

on the

Google Docs

Dashboard.


Creating a google presentation

Creating a Google Presentation

Google Presentations are similar in design

and function to Microsoft PowerPoint.


The google presentation toolbar

The Google Presentation Toolbar

The Google Presentation toolbar allows you to insert text boxes,

images, just as you can in Microsoft PowerPoint.


Google presentation menu options

Google Presentation Menu Options


Creating a google spreadsheet

Creating a Google Spreadsheet

Google Spreadsheets are similar in design and function

to Microsoft Excel.


Google spreadsheet menu options

Google SpreadsheetMenu Options


Google forms

Google Forms

Google Forms allow you to create customizable surveys

and questionnaires that can be e-mailed, embedded or

otherwise shared on the internet.


Google forms choosing a theme

Google Forms: Choosing a Theme

When creating your Google Form, you can choose a theme that will

provide your form with an attractive background.


Google forms choosing a theme1

Google Forms: Choosing a Theme

Choose the theme you would like to use and click the button labeled

“Apply” to use it in your form.


Creating your google form

Creating your Google Form

When filling out your Google Form, you will need to provide it with

a title, and a description of what the purpose of the form is.

For each question

in the form, you

will need to

provide a title

and choose what

type of question

it is:

  • Text

  • Paragraph Text

  • Multiple Choice

  • Checkboxes

  • Choose from a list

  • Scale

  • Grid


Google form question types text

Google Form Question Types:Text

When choosing

“Text”

as the question type,

the respondent is able

to type in a short

amount of text in the

provided text box.

Examples of

text questions

could include

asking the

respondent to enter

their first and last

name.

You can make each

question a required

question by checking the

“Make this a required question”

checkbox.

Click “Done” when you complete each question.


Google form question types paragraph text

Google Form Question Types:Paragraph Text

When choosing

“Paragraph Text”

as the question type,

the respondent is able

to type in a paragraph

of text in the

provided text box.

Examples of

text questions

could include

asking the

respondent to provide

comments or concerns

that need to be addressed.


Google forms adding additional questions

Google Forms: Adding Additional Questions

Your Google Form initially provides you with

two customizable questions for you to

edit.

To add additional questions to your

Google Form, click on the “Add Item”

Drop-down menu that is located on the

upper left side of the Google Form menu.


Google form question types multiple choice

Google Form Question Types:Multiple Choice

When choosing

“Multiple Choice”

as the question type,

the respondent is able

to choose from only

one of the choices you

provide.

Examples of

Multiple Choice

questions

could include

asking the

respondent to choose

a day and time to

hold a meeting.


Google form question types checkboxes

Google Form Question Types:Checkboxes

When choosing

“Checkboxes”

as the question type,

the respondent is able

to choose more than

one of the choices you

provide.

Examples of

Checkboxes

questions

could include

asking the

respondent to select

the professional

development

workshops they wish

to attend.


Google form question types choose from a list

Google Form Question Types:Choose from a list

When choosing

“Choose from a list”

as the question type,

the respondent is able

to choose from a

drop-down menu

That lists the choices

you enter.

Examples of

“Choose from a list”

questions

could include

asking the

respondent to select

the food item

they will bring

to the potluck dinner.


Google form question types scale

Google Form Question Types:Scale

When choosing

“Scale”

as the question type,

the respondent is able

to select the level of

quality or satisfaction

they experienced.

Examples of

“Scale”

questions

could include

asking the

respondent to rate

you on the level of

quality that they

experienced during

a professional

development workshop.


Google form question types grid

Google Form Question Types:Grid

When choosing

“Grid”

as the question type,

the respondent is able

to select the level of

quality or satisfaction

they experienced

on a number of

different items.

You can use

“Grid”

questions to create a

survey form,

similar to what is

Created using

SurveyMonkey.


Previewing your google form

Previewing your Google Form

Here is an

example of

what your

Google Form

might look like

if you used each

of the previous

question types.


Google forms section headers

Google Forms: Section Headers

You can also insert section headers into a Google Form

if you want to have different sections in your form.

Click “Done”

when

completed.


Googl e forms section headers

Google Forms: Section Headers

This is how your

Google Form

might appear

with the

section header.


Previewing your google form1

Previewing your Google Form

In order to

see a preview

of how your

Google Form

will appear to

the people you

share it with,

click on the

URL address

shown at the

bottom of the

form.


Previewing your google form2

Previewing your Google Form

Here is how your Google Form will appear to those you share it with.


Sharing your google form

Sharing Your Google Form

Once you have completed your Google Form, you can share it with others

by entering the e-mail addresses of the people that you

want to share it with.


Em bedding your google form

Embedding your Google Form

You can also embed your Google Form into a

blog or wiki site by copying and pasting the

Embed code into the site.


Google drawing

Google Drawing

You can use Google Drawing to create illustrations that you

can share and collaborate with others.


Google drawing shapes

Google Drawing:Shapes

You can insert and manipulate shapes in Google Drawings,

similar to inserting AutoShapes in Microsoft Word.

Click on the

shape to

insert it into

the Google

Drawing.


Google drawing line tools

Google Drawing:Line Tools

You can use

line tools

to custom-

draw

polygonal

shapes in

Google

Drawings.


Google forms line tools

Google Forms:Line Tools

Use the

Cursor

tool to

move the

different

lines that

you drew

using the

line tools.


Google drawing curve tool

Google Drawing:Curve Tool

Use the

Curve tool

to create

shapes that

have rounded

edges and

curves.

Connect the

ends of the

shape to

fill the shape

with color.


Googl e drawing choosing colors

Google Drawing:Choosing Colors

To change the

color of the

interior of a

shape,

click on the

“Fill” tool

and choose the

color to fill

the interior of

the shape.


Google forms choosing colors

Google Forms:Choosing Colors

As you can see,

the color of

the interior

of the shape

that was drawn

has now been

changed.


Google drawing text box

Google Drawing:Text Box

To insert a

text box into

your

Google Drawing,

click on the

“Text Box”

tool,

similar to

what you

use in

PowerPoint.


Google drawing text box1

Google Drawing:Text Box

You can then

type what you

you would like

in the text box!


Google drawing inserting an image

Google Drawing: Inserting an Image

You can also insert an image into your

Google Drawing by clicking the “Insert Image” icon.

Choose the image

from where the file

is stored, and

click “Upload”.


Google drawing renaming your drawing

Google Drawing:Renaming Your Drawing

To give your Google Drawing a name,

click in the box labeled “Untitled Drawing”.

Type in the name that you

desire, and click “OK”.


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