Thank you, Nina for your response.
--- In email@example.com
, "Nina Liakos"
> Hi Nelba,
> I used GF to create some worksheets for my class last semester. Yes, I
included the question "What is your name?" because I don't think there
was any other way to identify the students. The problem was I could not
print out their pages easily (and when I finally managed to do it the
format was lost so it was nearly impossible to read), so I could not
give them feedback on their answers. It was very irritating, so after 2
worksheets I stopped and just made old-fashioned worksheets.
> I guess GF can be used for anonymous midterm feedback, or information
collecting, but for worksheets I couldn't figure out how to do what I
needed to do.
> I'll be interested to see if anyone had better luck.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Nelba" nelbaq@ wrote:
> > Dear Webheads:
> > I would like to know if any of you has used Google Forms in your
> > classes.
> > I think GF may be very interesting for reading comprehension
> > activities. ( do you use it for any other purpose? ) But the problem
> > that the responses are annonymous...I could not find any resource in
> > to personalize responses unless I include a "what is your name?"
> > item.Any suggestion?
> > Hugs from Argentina, Nelba.
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