Google Apps: Insert Images Into Google Forms

Google Forms – Assessments that now can include images

It has been over a year since my school district integrated Google Apps for Education into our system, and since then I’ve been working to see how I can apply their tools to help enhance my computer literacy curriculum. One aspect of Google Drive (also knows as Google Docs) that I really like is their Google Forms. In addition to basic data collection, I’ve used Google Forms to conduct project assessments, pre and post quizzes, and collect feedback from students on how an assignment or unit went. However, one component that was sorely missing from Google Forms was the ability to insert images into questions…until now.

Thanks to Richard Byrne over at FreeTech4Teachers.com, I learned that images are now an available component that can be inserted into a Google Form question. This new feature opens up so many possibilites for expanding the use of the Forms, such as map screenshots for students to identify geographic features or venn diagrams for students to analyze. Anything that you can take a screenshot of is fair game. If a screenshot will not do, perhaps because the component is interactive or is a video, you could try creating a QR code that links to the component for students to access from a mobile device. The point is, if you can get it in an image then you can integrate it into your Google Form.

If you’d like to learn more, head on over to FreeTech4Teachers.com for more information and a video tutorial that shows you how easy adding images to a Google Form is. You should also check out Brent Catlett‘s blog, Cat’s Chronicles, where he provides written directions with accompanying screenshots on how the process works.

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