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Add Images to Your Quiz Questions

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In the main lesson, you created a quiz in Google Forms.

In this extension, you will add images to your quiz questions.

Images help quiz takers understand quiz questions by showing a picture or diagram that goes with the topic.

They also add visual interest to questions to keep quiz takers focused.

To start, open the quiz you created previously.

Go to edit mode.

Then, add an image to your first question.

To find an image, look in your Drive or a Google Photos album...

Upload an image from your computer desktop...

Or search for an image online.

When using images from a web search, it’s important to cite the source of the image.

Only include images that are free to reuse.

Preview the image to read the usage rights.

There are lots of images on the internet, but not all of them are free to use.

Some require you to credit the creator, or even purchase a license.

When you find an image you like, go to the website you found it on, and make sure it is copyright free.

If it isn’t, you will need to credit its creator or obtain a license to use the image.

Copy the URL of the image source.

After you add your image, paste the source to use as the title.

Next, adjust the size of your image so it looks good in your quiz.

Preview your quiz to see how the image appears.

Then, return to editing mode to add more images.

Again, check that the image is free to use.

When creative work is in the public domain, it is not subject to copyright laws, so it’s free for anyone to use without an attribution.

Finally, add a quiz question about a specific image.

Ask the quiz taker to identify the subject or an element within the image After you’re finished adding images, preview your quiz again.

Finally, share your quiz to test your classmates’ knowledge!

Now, it’s your turn: Add an image from Google Drive or Photos to a quiz question Or search for an image online Include an attribution for your image, if necessary.

Add more images to your questions.

And create a new quiz question that asks about another image.

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