How to Give Self-grading Quizzes to Students Who Don’t Have Email Addresses
Yesterday afternoon a reader sent me an e-mail to request help developing and distributing self-grading Google Forms quizzes to her students who do not have e-mail addresses. Specifically, she wished to know if a Google Forms test might be taken into Schoology and if her trainees could take the quiz without needing to enter an email address..
If they dont have email addresses, it is possible to create self-grading tests with Google Forms and have your students complete the test even. The key to doing that is to make certain that in the settings for the test (click the gear icon on the Google Form) you have unattended “collect email addresses” and unattended “restrict to users in domain.” With those options unattended you can then share your Google Form in Schoology, Canvas, or any other discovering management system..
Microsoft Forms can be used in an extremely comparable way to Google Forms to develop self-grading tests. Just like with Google Forms, youll need to make certain that your Microsoft Form isnt restricted to users within your company..
In the following video I show how to create self-grading quizzes in Google Forms and Microsoft Forms and distribute them to trainees who do not have email addresses..