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Doug Bowen-Bailey headshot wearing CIT shirtAdvice for Digital Immigrants

by Doug Bowen-Bailey
CIT Webmaster

Sample Certificate of Completion - includes Advice logo, name, and dateMaking Automated Certificates

Are you in the position where you need to generate certificates of completion for learning experiences? Does it take more time than you really have?
This was true for the CATIE Center at St. Catherine University. Using “autocrat,” an add-on for Google Drive, we learned how to automate the process so that completing a Google Form now triggers the creation of a certificate and automatically mails it to the person.
Test it out below and see how to create your own.
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Use the links below to create a copies that you can use to create your own certificate.  Requires a Google account.

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