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Google Forms

What is Google Forms?

Google Forms is a free, web-based program that can be used to create and analyze surveys from a mobile device or web browser. With no special software to be downloaded, Google Forms can collect and organize everything that’s inputted. It can be used to quickly and easily create surveys, event registrations, opinion polls, pop quizzes, and much more. View results or summary instantly. 

Google Forms is a collaborative program like all the other G suite programs that allow more than one person to work on the same document at the same time. It can also be used offline. [More Information]

Ease of Use:

Beginner

Set Up Time:

10 mins

Best Used For:

Forms and surveys

Why use Google Forms?

Faculty can use Google Forms for many different reasons. A few helpful features that Google Forms offers is a simple questionnaire/survey or pop quiz can be created for students to access online. Students can complete the survey in class or on their own time and faculty can access the responses instantly. It can also be useful for scheduling meetings or classes. [More Information]

How to use Google Forms

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Google Forms is part of a free set of products from Google.

  • Google Forms is available on any desktop, laptop or mobile device that has internet access.
  • Access to Google Forms does not require an IT Help Desk ticket.
  • To use any of the Google products, you must set up a free Google account.

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Need Help?

Contact the Hub team today if you need assistance with this program or visit the Teaching & Learning Innovation Hub in room 1271 at Cambrian College.

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