Up my Google Docs skills, please?
June 11, 2013 8:40 PM Subscribe
I'm teaching a basic accounting class in a local university this coming semester and would like to integrate more technology into the class so as to foster student learning. I'm trying out a (somewhat) flipped approach to teaching this semester, and am looking to several Google services in doing so. A lot of this is going to be experimental, as this is my first time to do this.
So, on a more general level, I'd appreciate any tips/secrets/best practices you can share with me about using Google Forms, Google Spreadsheets, or Google Sites (whether you think it's relevant to a classroom setting or not). Under the fold, two more (specific) questions about Forms and Spreadsheets.
posted by bigasthesky to Computers & Internet (6 answers total) 6 users marked this as a favorite
1. I'm planning to use Google Forms for giving students online quizzes. One concern is that I want students to take the quiz by X day of the week, so I want to be able to either
A) have Google tell me when the response came in (as opposed to having the student fill in a question that goes something like "What's the date today/time now?"), or
B) have Google automatically stop accepting responses by X time of a certain day. Is there any way to do this without having to learn programming? (I don't mind learning programming, but time constraints and all...)
2. I want the students to be able to access their grades on any given time, but I don't want them to see their classmates' grades. Is there any way to limit access of each user on a Google Spreadsheet without having to create 30+ individual pages/spreadsheets?