Calling all students, teachers and trainers: this webinar is for you! School is back, universities have opened doors and even online courses or MOOCs are more intense this season. This means there is a lot of data and activities to be processed, which you can now handle easier thanks to web forms, surveys, quizzes and all derivatives. Of course, we are talking about web forms you can build yourself with an online tool, with no IT.
For everybody in the educational field, we are going to take a close look from all angles upon web forms and their proven utility as data collectors, in a free 30 minutes webinar. We will see how educators integrate web forms in their teaching and administration tasks, with use cases that call to each educational role.
This live event is meant to open a series of 123FormBuilder webinars on education web forms. Each of the upcoming sessions will deepen your knowledge upon forms in each particular context: class activities, school administration and everything in-between. Wondering what types of web forms are right for you? Register for 123FormBuilder September’s opening webinar to learn the basics about the right forms for your own learning or teaching tasks.
When? Wednesday, September 24, 11 A.M. Eastern Time (US)
Where? Google Hangouts on Air
Who is speaking? 123FormBuilder’s Laura Moisei.
What will you learn? The basics of web forms for education: what and how to use. After attending this webinar, you will be able to integrate web forms in your activity and correlate them with other apps you are using.
Every webinar participant receives a free personal follow-up and an e-handbook on web forms for education from the 123FormBuilder team, so that you will always have a quick guide at hand when you need reference upon web forms.
[Edit]: Registrations are closed.
“Very helpful content.” (Ken Thiessen, Executive Coach and Business Consultant)
“Well structured, covered the most important aspects of web forms, professional presentation.” (Alexandru Gotoi, Account Manager for the HR field)
“Very good and useful. Changed my perspective, I always thought it was hard to create a form – it isn’t!” (Andreea Scoban, university student)