Tools Workshop 3
Conducting Online Surveys Using Qualtrics
Thursday, January 6
East Campus Library, CIT Lab (5th Floor)
Produce professional online surveys and obtain customized results with Qualtrics. At this workshop, participants will develop an understanding of the Qualtrics interface, question types, and survey options. Creating a sample survey through hands-on activities is a major part of the training. The Office of Institutional Research will also present tips and policies for conducting online surveys for JMU users.
Advanced registration and attendance are required to gain a user account and access to the software.
At the end of the Qualtrics: Conducting Online Surveys workshop, participants will be able to:
• Describe the principles of creating effective online surveys
• Create an online survey using Qualtrics
• Distribute an online survey using Qualtrics
• Evaluate Qualtrics survey options
• Operate data collection using Qualtrics
• Export data from Qualtrics to a data analysis tool
Not sure this workshop is for you? Would you prefer a one-on-one consultation that would jump start your research or scholarship skills, knowledge or abilities? Click here to learn more about the array of individualized appointments offered during January Symposium for graduate students, part-time faculty and full-time faculty.
Joshua Mathews-Ailsworth received both his BA in Philosophy and his MSEd in Adult Education/Human Resource Development from James Madison University. He currently serves as an Educational Technology Consultant for the Center for Instructional Technology. Joshua's professional interests include college student development, leadership and facilitation, learning theory, instructional/curriculum design, assessment, and survey research.
Peter E. De Michele, Ph.D. (U.Va., 2000) is Assistant Director of Evaluation and Survey Research at James Madison University's Office of Institutional Research. He provides support to JMU through participation in, and teaching about, survey methodology, design, and analysis. He is president of the Virginia Association for Management Analysis and Planning (VAMAP).
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