Qualtrics: your questions answered

Qualtrics: your questions answered

Question: How can I create a professional looking online survey?

Answer: Using Qualtrics!

Whether you need to do a simple poll, gather feedback, or build a complex survey for market research, Qualtrics does nearly all the hard work for you.

Tell me more… why Qualtrics?
It is free to all members of Cambridge Judge Business School. Qualtrics provides you with much more than the free software you can find on the open web. It is intuitive and can be easily customised to create the exact survey you want. Other members of the University of Cambridge can get access to Qualtrics through University Information Services (UIS).

Qualtrics offers:

  • An unlimited number of questions and responses
  • Over 100 different question types (including cool tools like heat maps and sliders!)
  • Ability to share and collaborate
  • In-depth results analysis
  • Data management

Qualtrics is compliant with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that was established in May 2018. There is guidance on the CJBS Intranet to ensure that your survey is GDPR compliant.

How do I access Qualtrics?
If you are member of the School, all you need to do is to email [email protected] to request your account. If you are a member of the University but not the School, please register via UIS for an account.

Training and support
If you need advice or assistance with Qualtrics please feel free to email [email protected] and one of our in-house experts will get back to you. If your question is best dealt with in person, they will request a time to meet to talk it through. There is also excellent support on the website, with video tutorials and an extensive help section. Qualtrics’ Basic Overview Guides are an excellent starting point.

Check out this video we’ve put together showing you how to set up your first Qualtrics survey:

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Andrew Alexander

Andrew Alexander

Andrew is the Deputy Information & Library Services Manager at Cambridge Judge Business School
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