Planning to use the Qualtrics survey tool but have not been able to attend any of the past sessions this semester? Come join us noon-1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13, in 301 Hale Library for a basic session. Continue reading “Last Qualtrics survey training this semester, on Friday, Dec. 13”
Category: Surveys and statistics
“Using NVivo for Survey Data (including Social Media Data Extraction and Analysis)” has been scheduled 2-4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13, at 301 Hale Library. The presenter will be Stuart Robertson of QSR International. This webinar is the fourth in a series of customized trainings for K-State faculty/staff and graduate students on NVivo 10, a qualitative and mixed methods data analysis tool.
After 12 years of service Axio Survey, a web-based survey creation tool, is being retired. In March, K-State Survey powered by Qualtrics replaced Axio Survey. Continue reading “Export your data now before Axio Survey is retired”
Shalin Hai-Jew will speak about the use of the freeware tool Network Overview, Discovery and Exploration for Excel for mapping online relationships from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday,Nov. 14, in 21 Bluemont Hall. Continue reading “Presentation on using electronic social network analysis to understand online relationships”
The “Annual ECAR Student and IT Study” is a free EDUCAUSE webinar scheduled noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12, in 301 Hale Library. The webinar covers the results of the 2013 study done on undergraduate use of technology in higher education. K-Staters are welcome to join the group viewing sponsored by Information Technology Services, or register for free through the event page to view the webinar from their office or home.
Continue reading “EDUCAUSE webinar noon Nov. 12 on undergraduate use of technology”
To get a better picture of satisfaction with technology and services and to assist with decisions as we move forward in support of K-State 2025, Information Technology Services surveyed students and faculty/staff in April 2013.
Overall, respondents were satisfied with the IT services offered and were favorable about specific IT services. When asked to identify the services needed to make it easier to work or study, comments centered around wireless and the email system. (ITS is addressing concerns about the email system with the migration from Zimbra to Office 365.) Continue reading “Results of 2013 IT Satisfaction Survey at K-State”
Campus demand for Qualtrics survey training has greatly exceeded expectations. To date, more than 80 people have attended sessions on how to use this campus-licensed tool to create surveys, design questions using more than 100 question types, distribute surveys, view reports, and more. Continue reading “Increased campus demand prompts more Qualtrics training”
Due to popular demand, another Basic Qualtrics session is being offered 4-5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26, in 301 Hale Library. Learn the basics of Qualtrics, from creating a survey, designing questions using the 100+ question types, to survey distribution, reporting types, and so much more. Continue reading “One more Basic Qualtrics survey session 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26”
Qualtrics is the survey tool used at K-State. Four Qualtrics brown-bag sessions are being offered through the Faculty/Staff Teaching with Technology series this semester. Mark your calendar, bring your lunch, and let’s learn to survey! All events are sponsored by the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning in partnership with iTAC.
Registration for the sessions is encouraged. Continue reading “Qualtrics workshops September-October to learn how to use K-State’s survey tool”
K-Staters who need to do some research will want to know about these services supported by either wholly or in part by Information Technology Services. Continue reading “IT research tools and services at K-State”