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#23 Creating surveys with Google Forms

If you’ve signed up for a free Google Drive account you can use Google forms, and Google forms are brilliant!

They are free to use, have lots of useful features, can be embedded*,  and the results come out in a handy separate spreadsheet – what’s not to like?

Top Tip: You can share your survey in your lectures and seminars using a QR Code, check out #21 Creating your own QR codes

*to be covered in a future #1minuteCPD post – watch this space!

Featured Image: “Surveys to compile” by The Bees licenced under CC BY-NC 2.0

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