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Introduction to Qualtrics

Introduction

Welcome to the Introduction to Qualtrics module. This module provides an introduction to creating and distributing a survey using the online tool Qualtrics, and uses the example of creating a travel preferences survey to demonstrate concepts. The idea is that you can then apply these same concepts to create your own survey.

If you have any questions about this module, please contact Library-UniSkills@curtin.edu.au

 

What you will learn

  • How to add and edit questions in a survey, organising them into blocks as required
  • How to use question behaviour, including display and skip logic
  • How to customise a survey by piping words, phrases or values
  • How to customise the end of the survey
  • How to customise the flow of the survey, including through the use of branch logic and embedded data
  • How to edit the look and feel of the survey
  • How to add scoring and email triggers to a survey, and how to set up quotas
  • How to publish and distribute a survey

Using Qualtrics

If you are a Curtin staff member or student, you can access your Curtin Qualtrics by logging in with your Curtin ID and password here (if not, you can create a free account here). Once you have done this, you can use the document below to work through the key features of the software.