Google Forms for Librarians

Google Forms for Librarians

About This Session:

The life of a librarian can often be overwhelming. It’s imperative to stay organized and Google forms can help. With Google forms, you can collect data, organize requests, provide instant feedback and so much more. All of the information can be stored in one place and is accessible from anywhere with an internet connection. This session will take you through the ins and outs of Google forms and how to integrate them into your library program.

Learning Goals:

- Understand how Google forms can enhance their library program

- Discover different ways that Google form data can be displayed and analyzed

- Create a Google form that they can use.

About the Presenter:

Allison Hall is currently the teacher-librarian at Walnut Grove Public School in the Peel District School Board. She was previously an instructional technology resource teacher and loves to use Google tools to make her library life easier!

Social media handle: @mshallslibrary


Members: 45.00

Non Members: 55.00
3/26/2019 1:00 PM - 3/26/2019 2:00 PM

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