Tech Trends Forum will focus on Qualtrics survey software March 26
How do you know what someone is thinking unless you ask? Surveys are useful tools to gather information, but can be time-consuming to develop, manage, and analyze. Qualtrics offers more than 100 different question types, and can even build smart questions that are presented based on a user’s previous answer. Editing features easily adjust fonts, colors and tables or links. Custom reports collect and display the data for analysis and reporting. UND has licensed Qualtrics survey software for use by faculty, staff and students in their teaching, learning, and administrative responsibilities.
Attend the Tech Trends Forum on Qualtrics survey software to get an overview of the different applications and types of questions and reports that can be used. A panel of users will share their experiences with Qualtrics from a departmental, instructional, and research perspective. See http://und.edu/academics/cilt/workshops/forums.cfm.
The Tech Trends Forum takes place from noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 26, in the Memorial Union River Valley Room. Please register by Thursday, March 21, to reserve a lunch. Visit CILT at http://UND.edu/cilt/workshops/workshops.cfm or contact Shae Samuelson at 777.2129 or shae.samuelson@UND.edu.
-- Center for Instructional & Learning Technologies, 701.777.6305, http://cilt.UND.edu .