[Offtopic] Google Forms and Spreadsheets
white.pennie.l at edumail.vic.gov.au
Wed Apr 1 05:11:17 EST 2009
This look great thanks.
Is this an easy way for me to take registrations for teachers attending PD?
Do I need to make more than one form?
For example if I was offering 13 sessions would this help me collate the
registration or is there a better way?
Can you help me get my head around this a bit faster?
Dandenong Ranges Network
Eastern Metropolitan Region
Mobile 0403 274 253
C/O Menzies Creek Primary School 9754 3695
On 4/1/09 4:11 AM, "Roland Gesthuizen" <rgesthuizen at gmail.com> wrote:
> This year we subscribed to an online PD service that can handle this for your
> staff. Over the last two years I had some fun making a small flat database
> that we simply used with Moodle. It now think that it would be easy enough to
> do something similar with Google Docs using their free form -> spreadsheet
> Just a suggestion.
> Regards Roland
> 2009/3/23 WEIR Andrew <andrew.weir at thomascarr.vic.edu.au>
>> Dear all,
>> I am wondering if there is a way to implement access control within an
>> MS Access database.
>> We are trying to keep track of staff pd hours.
>> So a staff member accesses the database and updates how many hours and
>> what the topic was then submits to a central location.
>> The pd coordinator can then access the data and print it of.
>> Staff are only able to access there own records. The pd coordinator can
>> access all the records.
>> The school has asked for a access based solution but I am also
>> relatively sure it can we done Php Mysql, but not fully sure of how.
>> Any ideas on either option would be fantastic.
>> Andrew Weir
>> Information Technology Co-ordinator
>> Thomas Carr College
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