Qualtrics is an easy-to-use, full-featured, web-based tool for creating and conducting online surveys. Qualtrics is available at http://surveyuccs.qualtrics.com
- A Quick Survey Builder that guides beginners through creating a survey.
- A Survey Library with templates that you can customize to meet your specific needs.
- A tool to send and track participation invitations and reminders.
- A tool to display survey results, graphically and statistically.
- An export data feature, including to Excel or SPSS.
Who May Use This Service?
UCCS Faculty, Staff, and Students
What Do I Need To Get This Service?
Users must be a currently enrolled Student, or active an Faculty of Staff member
How Do I Get Started?
Browse to surveyuccs.qualtrics.com and login with your UCCS credentials
When Is Support Available For This Service?
24x7 support is available from Qualtrics here: Qualtrics 24x7 Support
How Do I Get Training For This Service?
Qualtrics On-Demand Webinars are available here: Qualtrics On-Demand Webinars
To ensure that every survey created at UCCS is accessible to individuals using screen readers and other assistive technology, UCCS only enables question types in Qualtrics that are accessible to assistive technology users. Inaccessible question types include any question that requires the user to use drag and drop, has a slider, or requires interaction with graphics. Using accessible question types ensures that individuals with low vision, blindness, or other disabilities will be able to complete your survey, as well as ensuring you are acting in accordance with the university’s Disability Access and Accommodation Policy.
The inaccessible question types that have been disabled are listed below. All inaccessible question types will appear greyed-out in Qualtrics.
INACCESSIBLE QUESTION TYPES
- Rank Order
- Matrix - (Bipolar and Maxdiff)
- Constant Sum
- Pick, Group, and Rank
- Hot Spot
- Heat Map
- Graphic Slider
- GAP Analysis
- Net Promoter® Score
- Captcha Verification
Exceptions may be granted if you have a business or research need to send a survey that is inaccessible and/or that contains inaccessible question types. If an exception is needed for multiple students in a course, the request must be submitted by the professor on behalf of the students. Exception Requests can be made by contacting your brand ambassador
Qualtrics offers a series of Live Webinars conducted every week, as well as On-Demand Webinars available at your convenience. To develop your understanding of Qualtrics, OIT recommends the following webinars: