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JotForm · Form Builder

JotForm · Form Builder | technologies |
JotForm's form builder helps you create & publish online forms anywhere, anytime without writing a single line of code. Free without ads!
John Dalziel's insight:

JotForm provides a good alternative to Google Forms, allowing users to easily create forms that they can share with others or embed in websites and/or or blogs and/or other web presences.
JotForm also provides over 10 themes and over 2000 ready-made templates to utilize when building forms and if users want to add their personal touch to the forms, JotForm is customizable.
Using JotForm's drag and drop form builder users can create their forms in minutes.
When someone completes a form, JotForm emails the responses to the owner instantly.
An additional plus is that JotForm integrates seamlessly with Google Drive and Dropbox.
NOTE: The free version of JotForm provides some pretty decent features (e.g 100 monthly submissions, 100 MB space, unlimited forms, reports and fields per form).

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g(Math) for Forms - Google Forms add-on

g(Math) for Forms - Google Forms add-on | technologies |
Create graphs (including plotting points), statistical displays, and write complex math directly in your Form!
John Dalziel's insight:

Many practitioners, who use Google Drive would like to add maths problems to their Google Forms.
g(Math) is a Google Forms Add-on that allows Google Docs users to insert graphs and mathematical expressions into their Google Forms.
To get the Add-on...
   - select "get Add-ons" from the Add-ons menu in Google Forms;
   - search for g(Math);
   - Click the install button,
   - give the Add-on permission to access your account, and
...then it's ready to go.
To insert graphs and equations into any Form, users...
   - select g(Math) from their Add-ons menu and
   - follow the directions that pop-up on the right side of the screen.

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Google Forms FINALLY Loves Math

Google Forms FINALLY Loves Math | technologies |
John Dalziel's insight:

I've posted about g(Math) < > for Google Forms before but, here is the good news...
     "g(Math) for Google Forms can now be used by learners to respond to questions that practitioners have added to Google Forms."
As users will be aware, g(Math) had previously only supported the creation of questions in Google Forms.
That, at the time, was a great feature as it allowed practitioners to easily insert graphs and equations into any Google Form.
BUT - this update allows learners to use the same Add-on to reply to questions.
Yes, g(Math) for Forms now...
   - allows learners to create graphs and equations while answering Google Forms questions.
   - includes an option for submitting handwritten responses.
John Stevens put together this post outlining, with screenshots, the steps to deploying g(Math) for Forms for learners.
You may also like to take a look at Richard Byrne's short video clip of the process at ;

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Form+ - Create easy forms; easily

Form+ - Create easy forms; easily | technologies |
Create easy forms; easily. Form+ brings the power of Google Drive to forms.
John Dalziel's insight:

If practitioners and/or other stakeholders are looking to expand their use of Google Forms, Form+ may be a tool for them.
For example, Using the option to collect files via upload could be a good way to organize learners' assignments, especially for those who don't have a VLE. Practitioners can create a form, for each assignment, post it on their course blog and, as a result, have all of the uploaded files go into a specific folder.
Even better for those who want a quick solution, Form+ has an upload form template ready for them to use and re-use as often as they like.

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