You may want to write a swirl course as part of an in person or online course that you’re teaching. Swirl can create a log of a student’s progress through a swirl course, which as a course instructor you may want to collect in order to evaluate your student’s understanding of a lesson. Logging is disabled by default, but it can be enabled in
swirl_options(swirl_logging = TRUE). You’re then free to collect student’s logs as you see fit. One convenient method that we support is using Google Forms to collect students’ progress.
We’ve prepared an example swirl course that uses Google Forms to collect logs which includes documentation about how to adapt this example course into your own course. You can find the course and the documentation here.