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Upcoming Workshops

Please check back regularly to find out about our upcoming workshops. For more information on our workshops, contact us at surveys@lmu.edu.

Surveys @ LMU

This 30-minute online workshop will help you become familiar with the University Survey Administration Procedures adopted by LMU. You will learn how to craft a well-rounded, ethical survey, and be given a brief introduction to Qualtrics, the official online survey software chosen by LMU. All faculty and staff that complete this workshop will be granted the ability to distribute surveys in Qualtrics.

The Surveys @ LMU workshop is a fully online workshop that can be completed anytime, from any computer. Send an e-mail to surveys@lmu.edu to request access.

Qualtrics Q&A 

Looking for answers to your Qualtrics questions? 

Visit the Survey & Evaluation Qualtrics Resource Library. This library contains practical guides and answers to our most frequently asked Qualtrics questions. 

Past Workshops

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    This workshop will introduce you to the basics of , LMU’s online survey software solution. You will learn how to create a survey using various question types, explore survey style options,activate and distribute a survey, and review the results. If you are a faculty or staff member who does not yet have the ability to distribute surveys in Qualtrics, it is recommended that you also attend the Surveys@ LMU workshop described below.

  • You’ve collected responses to your survey. Now what?

    This hands-on workshop will introduce you to  reports, a powerful tool for analyzing and making sense of your survey data. Topics will include creating tables and graphs, cross tabulation, filtering your results, exporting and sharing results, and much more.

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    ‌Are you struggling to get more people to fill out your surveys? Many factors can influence a person’s decision to participate in a survey, but with careful consideration you can develop an effective strategy for increasing responses to your survey.

    In this workshop, you will learn how key decisions on survey design and administration can impact the number of responses you receive. We will also discuss why the number of responses is important and provide you with practical yet effective techniques for getting more people to participate in your survey.

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    Thinking of conducting a survey? With careful planning and well-crafted design, a survey can be a powerful and insightful tool. But how do you get started?

    This workshop will introduce you to the basic steps of designing a survey. You will also learn about survey ethics and the Institutional Review Board, survey resources available at LMU, and how to design your survey so that you can get the most out of your results.

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    Surveys can be used to collect all types of information. But how do you design a survey to collect evidence of student learning? 

    In this workshop, you will learn how to design an assessment survey to find out what your students think they’ve learned in your program. This workshop will also help you understand the differences between assessment surveys and other surveys, the pros and cons of conducting an assessment survey, and familiarize you with the many survey resources available on campus. 

    We will practice writing survey questions during the workshop. Consider bringing your program’s learning outcomes to help you start developing a survey for your own program. Survey design is more fun and effective when done with a partner or small committee, so we encourage you to bring a colleague or two with you.

  • You’ve collected the evidence of student learning. What’s next?

    In Excel for 101 you’ll learn how to transform scored rubrics, completed surveys, exam responses, and more, into meaningful assessment data. We will guide you through the basics of using Microsoft Excel for data management and analysis, and give you the opportunity to work hands-on with sample data.

If you would like a copy of a past presentation, please send an email to surveys@lmu.edu.

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