Qualtrics is the preferred survey tool at the University of Minnesota.
Qualtrics is an easy-to-use, full-featured, web-based tool for creating and conducting online surveys. Qualtrics has a range of features to meet both simple and complex survey creation and distribution needs. Qualtrics can be used for many purposes:
Research, including experimental data collection, and random assignment
Teaching, including peer evaluations, quizzes with immediate feedback, lessons with branching, and midterm feedback
Administration, including program assessment, event evaluation, and feedback surveys
Forms such as applications, contact forms, and agreements, and the collection of uploaded files
Guide beginners through creating a survey with the intuitive Survey Builder
Control where participants go and what they see in a survey using survey flow with branch, display, and skip logic functions
Select from a variety of question types or access a survey library with hundreds of templates which you can customize to meet your needs
Send and track participation invitations and reminders
Collect anonymized responses if desired
Trigger emails and thank you messages
Report on results, including basic graphs and tables that can be filtered, stylized, and shared
Export data to a variety of formats, including Excel, SPSS, PDF, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Collect data on a mobile device without access to the internet with offline surveys option
A contact list includes the names and email addresses of individuals to which a survey is sent. There are a variety of different ways to get a contact list. Below are some options recommended by the University....
Nearly 8,000 students, faculty, and staff at the University of Minnesota are using Qualtrics for their projects. Connect with other users at the University of Minnesota and see how they are using Qualtrics.
OMS is the business owner of Qualtrics for the University and has a team of experts available to help bridge the gap between do-it-yourself and advanced level questionnaire design and survey programming.