My #eas11 world premier: Creating personalised Google Documents from Form submissions (and some other things)

Tomorrow (Friday 26th August) for my eAssessment Scotland 2011 workshop I’ll be doing a world premier extending the form submit sheet split example to let tutors create individual student Documents from submitted data (e.g. taking a sheet like this and at a click of a button produce this document.

Update: Still some refinement in the instructions below. In the meantime if you want to reverse engineer here is a copy of the final spreadsheet and Google Document Template used. David Sloan from the University of Dundee who was at the workshop has also usefully highlighted some accessibility issues to be aware of when using Google Apps.

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