Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Password Protecting Your Google Form

Okay, you can't really password protect your Google Form, but this neat work-around has merit.  When creating a form, just make the first question on the form a text box that requires a specific word before the user can go on to the next page.

 If you like to assess your students using Google Forms and don't want students not in class to be able to view the assessment, this is the way to accomplish that. You can duplicate the form and change the specific word in the text box for each hour (if you like). Right before the students take the assessment, write the word on the board or give it orally. Once all students have completed the quiz, you can also change the password.

Here is a video giving complete instructions on how to do this.

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