In this article, we’re going to cover how to use Google Forms on a kiosk. Since Google Forms kiosk mode does not exist, we decided to create an easy solution for easily and securely deploying Google Forms to a kiosk or tablet.
The process is simple, first you’ll create your Google Form and then deploy it to your kiosk using the browser lockdown software KioskSimple.
KioskSimple makes it a breeze to securely deploy Google Forms in kiosk mode and helps prevent malicious user tampering.
Working in a museum you’re always looking for ways to make your exhibits more engaging. A museum kiosk is a great way to engage patrons with multimedia content and help build a richer experience.
The museum kiosk also helps grab passerby attention to draw them in and can even be used to accept donations.
In this article I’m going to show you how to easily host your content on a museum kiosk. This could be anything from an interactive website, to a directory of your exhibits, or website for accepting donations.
I’m going to assume that you already have content online which you’d like to put on your kiosk and by online I’m referring to a website.
Keep reading and I’ll show you how to take your online content and making it accessible from your museum kiosk.
In this article, I’m going to show you how to easily put your library catalog on a kiosk so your patrons can quickly search for content. A library catalog kiosk is also an easy way to lower the burden on your staff.
For the purpose of getting started quickly, we’re going to assume that you already have a library catalog which is available online. If not, checkout Web OPAC by ResourceMate.
We’re going to be taking your online library catalog and making it accessible from a library catalog kiosk.