Online Surveys Workshop for Faculty/Staff, Tuesday 11/5 @12:30pm

The Library and TLTC invite you to learn how to create and analyze online surveys.

To find out what people really think, just ask (on a survey!). Come to this workshop to learn more about Google Docs forms and SelectSurvey.net. Bring your ideas and questions.

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Creating and Analyzing Online Surveys

Presenter: Keith Landa

Date/Time: Tuesday, November 5, 12:30-1:30

Location: Library 1004D

Online surveys allow you to collect information from target populations, manage event sign-ups, solicit feedback from users, etc. This workshop will cover the development, deployment and analysis of surveys using two tools: Google Docs forms, and SelectSurvey.net. We use Google Docs forms extensively in our office, to put together simple surveys that are easy to set up and analyze. We’ll walk through the process of getting set up with Google Docs, if needed, and how to set up forms. The campus also has available a commercial survey tool, SelectSurvey.net, which is useful for creating more complex, multi-page surveys, with conditional display of survey questions, etc.

To register or see a full list of workshops for faculty/staff from the Library and TLTC, visit  http://purchase.libguides.com/workshops.

Advance registration is encouraged but walk-ins are always welcome.

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Can’t make these dates? Looking for training on something else? The Library and TLTC offer professional development training opportunities on a variety of topics by appointment. To browse the full menu and request an individual or small group session, see:http://tinyurl.com/TLTCLibraryTrainingMenu

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