Showing posts with label Excel. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Excel. Show all posts

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

How to Create a Survey in Microsoft Forms & Sort Results in Excel

Microsoft Forms is an excellent tool for creating online quizzes and surveys. You can use it to create multimedia quizzes like the one that I demonstrated here. You can also use it to create anonymous surveys. That's what I demonstrate in the new video that I created on this snowy morning in Maine. The following video demonstrates how to create a survey in Microsoft Forms and how to sort the results of the survey in Excel.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Ten Game Templates to use in MS Office

This morning I received an email from someone who had seen me present at the NCTIES Conference in March. The email shared some information about some free game templates produced by Dr. Jeff Ertzberger at UNC Wilmington. UNCW EdGames offers ten free templates for creating educational review games using PowerPoint and Excel. Each template is accompanied by a video tutorial to help you get started. (Turn down your volume before opening the videos because they're loud).

Applications for Education
These game templates aren't going to revolutionize your instruction, but they could be handy if you need to create some simple review games to use in your classroom.