Webcast

Online Forms: Interaction and Feedback without the "Paperwork"

Topics will include form creation, including ADA accessibility features, in Adobe Acrobat Professional 9.0., Google Forms, and the data aggregation methods of each to track instructional progress and improvement in student learning.

Date:

Archive Available

Location:

ACRL.org

Sponsor:

ACRL

Description

December 7, 2010
11 a.m. Pacific | 12:00 p.m. Mountain | 1:00 p.m. Central | 2:00 p.m. Eastern

90 minutes

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Description:
With courses and departments moving materials onto the web or cloud-computing type platforms, review the possibilities available with interactive forms in the classroom and the department. Topics will include form creation, including ADA accessibility features, in Adobe Acrobat Professional 9.0., Google Forms, and the data aggregation methods of each to track instructional progress and improvement in student learning. The flexibility of the two systems can help instructors and students move beyond the difficult interfaces of Microsoft 2007 and focus more on the instruction, feedback, and analysis of teaching effectiveness in a simple, easy-to-use method. Interactive elements will include user-end practice with different form features and a brief introduction to ADA issues related to forms and learning how to test a form’s accessibility from your own computer. 
 
Learning Outcomes:
Learn how to create forms for data aggregation.
Learn about the ADA features of PDF documents.
Learn about Google Documents and their flexible application. 

Audience:
Instruction and Reference Librarians. 

Presenter:
Carolyn Schubert, Librarian, Contra Costa College

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