Exploring Google Forms: From Surveys to Collaboration

Thursday, December 5, 2019:  1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

The registration period has closed for this event.


An easy way to capture information is by using Google Forms. Learn how to create simple forms for registrations, surveys, and polls as well as innovative ways for collecting and sharing information collaboratively. Take it to the next level by utilizing different question types, sections, and branching and finish by exploring the different settings available to customize your responses. This session will incorporate instructor-led demonstration and hands-on guided practice. Please feel free to bring your laptop.



Session Outcomes

At the completion of this productivity workshop, participants will understand the different types of questions that can be used on Google Forms and when to use them, as well as the benefit of sections and logic branching. Participants will be able to customize how survey data is received and analyze the responses.

Target Audience

Anyone who would like to be using Google Forms to capture information for registrations, surveys, and other interest gathering activities and then use that data.

Workshop Length

1 hour plus an additional half hour for open Q & A.



  • Overview of creating a Google Form

  • Question types - what are the differences and when would you use them

  • Threading and flow (logic branching) - be able to have the user branch to a certain section based on their response to the question

  • Settings for sending and receiving data, capturing user information and user response options.


Robin Bridson
Professional Development and Training Coordinator



Additional Resources

Registration open through 12/5/2019 2:30 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)


Herbst Seminar Room (535 Case-Geyer)


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