How to Use Google Forms – Free Training Manual and Webinar Recording

Google forms are one of my favorite tools to use. You need a Google account (also known as a Gmail account) to use the forms. Once you have that, you can build any type of form you like. They are free and easy to design.

The primary ways I use them in webinars are:

  • Evaluations
  • Registration forms
  • Volunteer sign-up forms
  • Testimonial collection

Free manual

Get your free How-To Manual here: Exceptional Webinars – Using Google Forms

Webinar recording

I recently did a live demo via webinar on how to build, design and use Google forms. Thanks to the friendly folks at Elluminate for sponsoring the session by providing the technology to run the session.

Check out the 60-minute step-by-step webinar recording. (Note: You’ll need to grant permission for Java to launch in order to view the recording.)

Participant testimonials:

“I learned so much in an hour. I very much appreciate the Elluminate technology and the quality of the presenter.  Thanks!” – Susan Sanders, UMKC, Kansas City, USA

“This webinar is well-paced and gives an good grounding in the use of Google Forms. Sarah knows her subject and handles questions with grace and confidence.” Sue Goodrich, University of Southern Maine, East Boothay, Maine, USA

“Sarah possesses an invaluable combination of skills—a great mastery of content, the ability to make that knowledge understandable and useful to others, and an engaging, interactive and well-paced delivery.” – Barbara Lindsey, University of Connecticut, Connecticut, USA

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2 Responses to How to Use Google Forms – Free Training Manual and Webinar Recording

  1. Hanne Lind says:

    Hi Sarah – thanks for the manual, it answered most of my questions!

    Best wishes
    Hanne Lind, Denmark

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