Introduction to Qualtrics - Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Introduction to Qualtrics Prepared by Ben Jarrett and Danielle Smyre of the IUP Applied Research Lab Go to https://iup.qualtrics.com/ControlPanel and log in to your account. After you log in, the screen should look similar to the one below: Click on the following link to learn about the default My
Surveys tab. http://www.qualtrics.com/tutorials/mysurveytab.html After watching the video, proceed to the next slide. The following link will describe how to start creating a survey: http://www.qualtrics.com/tutorials/createsurvey.html After watching the video, create a survey with this information. (Your name)
Click on the following link to learn about the Edit Survey tab, which will be displayed once the survey is created. http://www.qualtrics.com/tutorials/editsurveytab.html After watching the video, proceed to the next slide. Click on the following link to learn the basics regarding different possible question types: http://www.qualtrics.com/tutorials/questiontypes.html
We will first create a multiple choice question for our survey. Watch this video that describes the basics about Multiple Choice Questions. http://www.qualtrics.com/tutorials/multiplechoice.html Now we can start creating our first question. In the Qualtrics window, click on Create a New Question. See if you can create this question. It forces the survey-taker to answer the question before proceeding.
It also features the option to enter text for the Other choice. See if you can figure out how to implement this feature. (If you cant, thats OK. The procedure is described on the next slide.) Multiple Choice Question Type Click on the blue dropdown arrow beside
the choice and choose Allow Text Entry This icon signifies that this question requires a response. To force the survey-taker to answer the question,
choose Force Response This button allows you to view the question as it would appear to the survey taker. This was used to generate the image in the Now we will create a Likert Response question. In Qualtrics, we will use a Matrix Table question. Click on the following link to learn about this question type. http://www.qualtrics.com/tutorials/matrixtable.html
Now try to create the question below. (Be sure to select the option to force a response) Assistance for the Matrix Table question type: Matrix Table Question Type Three Statements
Five Scale Points Automatic Scale Points have Our last question will be a comment box that allows text entry. There is no specific video for this question type, so do your best to try to figure it out on your own.
(Again, assistance is on the following slide if you need it.) Assistance with the Text Entry question type: Text Type affects the size of this text box. Text Entry Question Type
To conclude our survey, we will provide some general information and useful links to a few informative websites. To do this, we will use the Text/Graphic question type. (It is called a question type although its not actually a question.) Please learn about the Rich Text Editor by watching this video. http://www.qualtrics.com/tutorials/richtexteditor.html Now try to recreate the Text field below. (Dont worry about the specific website links)
You can change the font size and colors by clicking on the Rich Text Editor Tab. Now would be a good time to preview the survey, although this may be done at any time. If you want assistance with another aspect of Qualtrics, you can check the Help and Tutorials section. Clicking this button will preview the entire survey in a new window.
This concludes our Introduction to Qualtrics. To learn more about survey distribution and data analysis, You can contact to Applied Research Lab or visit the Help and Tutorials section in Qualtrics. The Applied Research Labs website is http://www.iup.edu/arl More Qualtrics videos and tutorials can be found here: http://www.qualtrics.com/wiki/index.php/Welcome_to_Survey_U
niversity We encourage you to take the short survey that was created in this tutorial so we can receive constructive feedback. You can take it by clicking on the link below. http://iup.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bCbcHoWvol5DtSA&SVID=Prod
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