Posts Tagged 'googledrive'

Form+ adds more flexibility to your Google Forms

Use Google Forms for teaching? This handy tool can accept file uploads making it easier to organize student assignments. @FreeTechforteachers

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Alternatives to physical clickers in the classroom

Have a large class and want a tool to help you engage students and receive instant feedback about how students understand concepts you’re teaching? Already tried Clicker technology? Here’s an alternative. Get all the benefits of teaching with Clickers but use something more software based. @ETC blog

Using collaborative sabotage (aka collaboratage) to teach tech/design/research

Authored by Char Booth of Claremont Colleges library, an advocate …of transparent co-creation and exploratory play, which can diffuse the anxiety and confusion that often attends learning a new tool, this post describes three examples of productive collaboratage. Read more… @Info-mational

“Google Spreadsheets and real-time assessments”

Published October 2012, this is a little gem. Shannon R. Simpson explains how to get instant feedback for library instruction using Google Drive spreadsheets, which allow up to 50 users to access a spreadsheet (composed of assessment questions) at one time (note: Google Docs is now known as Google Drive). Read full text here

Taking Google Forms to the next level

Make it easy for patrons to fill out a web-based form to register for a library workshop or other one-time event. Utilizing some more detailed functions in Google Forms, this shows you how to create a workshop registration form and include an email confirmation. @ACRL TechConnect Read more …


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