UF IT Offers New Training in Survey Design Basics

UF IT is debuting a new training this semester — Survey Design Basics. In this two-hour session, learners will explore the six steps of survey design, how to create valid survey questions, and apply best design principles to real-world examples.

The next session is scheduled in Hub 221:

  • Tuesday, Nov. 27, from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

UF IT also offers Qualtrics@UF training, which focuses strictly on using the Qualtrics tool to build, distribute, and report on surveys. (The Qualtrics survey tool is pre-assessed by UF’s integrated risk management office and available free to all faculty, students, and staff.)

Survey Design Basics is a great starting point or refresher for faculty, staff, TA’s, and graduate assistants who want to create surveys for academic, research, and feedback needs. This class is a collaboration with the Division of Student Affairs to help the UF community use sound principles and best practices to survey development, regardless of the tool utilized.

In Qualtrics@UF: Getting Started learn to create, edit, distribute and manage reports using Qualtrics, UF’s centrally supported survey tool. This workshop is the first in a two-part series.

In Qualtrics@UF: Beyond the Basics learn to use Qualtrics advanced functions. The second in the two-part series, this workshop dives deeper into the Qualtrics advanced functions.

Anyone with a question about these trainings or any other offering in UF IT’s training and education catalog may email ufit-training@ufl.edu.