Posts Tagged ‘Qualtrics’

Qualtrics: Tips, Tricks, and What’s New

Friday, May 16th, 2014

The Qualtrics survey tool has changed the landscape for colleges and universities, introducing features to help academic users run more successful surveys and gather quicker insights.

This session highlighted tips and tricks for the everyday user as well as introduced new features, including the offline survey app, pivot tables, and SMS survey capability.

More information about Qualtrics at http://survey.stanford.edu

Qualtrics for Online Surveys and Data Collection at Stanford

Friday, October 19th, 2012

IT Services, along with partners across campus, provide a campus license for Qualtrics, an online survey tool.

Whether you are new to online surveys or have experience with other tools such as SurveyMonkey or Zoomerang, you’ll want to view this session to see how Qualtrics can save you money while giving you all the features you could possibly want!

Qualtrics is used by more than 1000 members of the Stanford community who find the tool more fully featured, flexible, and robust than other online tools. The tool is available at no charge to all Stanford faculty, staff, and students with a full-service SUNet ID.

This session dicussed the basics of Qualtrics, including how to create, edit, and distribute surveys, as well as view the results. The presenter also discussed how Qualtrics facilitates many different types of data collection on campus (applications, experiments, registrations, etc.).

Experienced Qualtrics users may also want to view the video to see demonstrations of some of Qualtrics more advanced features.

For more information about Qualtrics, visit http://survey.stanford.edu.