Qualtrics, a web-based survey tool, is offered free to UGA students, faculty and staff. Qualtrics allows students, faculty and staff to easily design and implement their own UGA-branded surveys, as well as invite survey participants and review survey results. Users can choose from a library with different question types, remind participants to take a survey and view reports in a variety of formats.
Qualtrics is free for all UGA students, faculty and staff, but users must contact the EITS Help Desk to request an account.
There are many ways to get support for Qualtrics:
For access problems (i.e. not able to login to Qualtrics), please contact the EITS Help Desk at email@example.com or by phone at 706-542-3106.
Here are a list of features included in our Research Core licensing:
|Unlimited Emails||To prevent the likelyhood of spamming, the default limit of emails sent within 7 days is 25,000, but this may be temporarilly increased upon request by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow five business days for changes.|
|StatsiQ||Used for doing Statistical Analysis, t-testing, pivot tables, correlation, and other hard stats.|
|Tableau Integration||Integration to seamlessly push data from Qualtrics to Tableau dynamically.|
|Salesforce Integration||Integration to push data from Qualtrics to SalesForce and to trigger surveys based off of work flow conditions in SalesForce. SalesForce is a seperate product and must be purchased directly from Qualtrics by the department.|
|Offline Surveys||Used to collect data offline. Researchers will download surveys locally onto ipads or tablets and then take those surveys in areas where there is no internet.|
|Rest API||Used to connect servers and databases to Qualtrics. Used for pushing data from Qualtrics and to trigger work flows that would create a survey distribution.|
|Text SMS Surveys||Used to send surveys out via Text. Users can text survey links or can send a survey a question at a time in traditional text format.|
|File Upload||Used to attach forms or other documents to a survey. Ex. sign up sheets, proof of residents, resumes, assignments.|
|Signature||Used to provide a signature as a survey response. Usually used on ipads or tablets where respondents can sign with their finger to provide e-consent|
|Highlighting||Allows respondents to highlight sections of text for feedback purposes.|
|Adobe Analytics||Allows researchers the capture and run adobe analytics from a given website|
|TextiQ||Advanced text and qualitative analysis for getting stats and analyzing text and comments from surveys|