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Utilizing Google and Microsoft Forms in Blackboard is great for collecting several different types of feedback. You can utilize both tools to create surveys, quizzes, or entrance/exit tickets. Go here to utilize Google Forms and Microsoft Forms.


Step-by-step guide

Google Forms

  1. Once you have created the Form in Google, select the Send button.
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  2. In the Send Form menu, select the Embed icon <> then select Copy or highlight and copy the Embed HTML.
    Send Form

  3. In your Blackboard class, go to the Content Area the Form will be seen and select Build Content then Item.

    Build Content Menu

  4. After naming the Item, select the Embed (<>) Icon in the text editor. (If you do not see the Source Code editor symbol, click on the three dots on the top row, all the way to the right, this will open the second row of options)

    Embed Button

  5. In the Source Code screen, paste the Embed code from Google Forms and select Save.

    Source Code

  6. Check and see if the Form fits properly in the Item, if it does, select Submit. (If you would like to make it bigger, you can select the blue squares in the corners of the doc and manually resize the form)

    Google Form Embed

  7. Students will now be able to fill out the form and submit it directly in Blackboard.
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Microsoft Forms

  1. After completing the Microsoft Form, go to Share.

    Forms Share Button

  2. Select the Embed </> button and Copy the code. Make sure the Form is available for Anyone with the link can respond.

    Forms Embed Code

  3. In Blackboard, go to the Content Area the Form will be seen and select Build Content then Item.

    Build Content Menu

  4. After naming the Item, select the Embed (<>) Icon in the text editor.

    Embed code

  5. In the Source Code screen, paste the Embed code from Microsoft Forms and select Save.

    Microsoft Forms Code

  6. A preview will be available to see what it looks like. IF it looks good, select Submit.

    Blackboard Preview

  7. Once it is submitted, students will be able to interact with the Form right in Blackboard.

    Microsoft Form

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