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Injury Report App Form Setup

Thank you for downloading the App. I hope you find it useful. It's not ready to go right out of the box. You will need to set up your Form page using your computer tablet or phone. The Form page allows you to enter data, and store it securely. Once you have the app, you'll need the Form to add to it. It will be stored, and since it's web based, any changes you make to the Form will be made in the App.

Here is the Form page. Open it and
I know this sounds like a pain, but it helps in keeping the Form from being destroyed by kids

 Please follow the next set of instructions carefully. This form is a live form. That means that any data you add, or changes you make will be saved on my copy. Please copy the form before doing anything else. If you find that the page has been altered, let me know ASAP so I can fix it

From the File Menu, Make a Copy

Change the Document name to make it easy to identify. In order to keep the data private, be sure you do not share it with anyone.

Your new Form should now be available for you to Edit and Use

The next part is easy. Select View Live Form

Paste the address in the app, or use it as is for reporting Injuries in a spreadsheet on your computer,

Be sure to test it out, and double check your privacy/share settings on your form

My next post will help you convert the spreadsheet into a report document


  1. Hi,

    I happened to chance upon your blog and found it very interesting!

    We have recently launched a science app that uses augmented reality to enhance classroom teaching. The app has 3D models for kindergarten to grade 12. I thought you might want to check it out and may be review it on your blog, if possible.

    It is a paid app(with a few models free) but in case you are interested in trying it out I will be happy to provide you with a free copy.

    The link to the app is:



    You can also search for the app on the app store as 'Augmenter'.

    Do let me know if you would be interested. I am really Looking forward to your response.

    happy teaching!


    1. Ok. I'm going to look into it. I think AR is a great way to go in education. I've used Aurasma, and made a few things for Cardboard and have gotten great responses.
      I will say that the list of permissions is a bit scary. I would not ask students to expose themselves to what looks like unnecessary risk.

  2. Okay Antara (great name btw), it piqued my interest. I don't think the free version will be enough for me to honestly review the app though. It does look nice, though it has some issues that I haven't worked through. It could be my limited exposure to the app at this point. If I can have access to the full version, I'll take a look at it and give a review and some recommendations if applicable

  3. The form "Evaluation of Injury" is no longer accepting responses.

    is a rsponse i am getting when cliciINGon the or link. Is iit still available?