Qualtrics Research Suite is an online survey tool at Stanislaus State developed by Qualtrics Labs, Inc. and is available to support research, teaching, and administration. Qualtrics combines exceptional ease of use with an advanced set of features and is designed to permit the creation of survey instruments, distribution of surveys, data storage and analysis. Learn more about Qualtrics at Qualtrics.com.
Some of the main features of Qualtrics are: question library with survey templates; custom survey design wizard; survey distribution options; results export to Excel, PDF, SPSS, Power Point; anonymous surveys. Qualtrics supports survey-based experiments and features a block and question randomizer tool for experimental trials.
Qualtrics is available to all Stanislaus State faculty, staff, as well as students when supervised in a class or research setting. Qualtrics survey software requires a Stanislaus State email account login and password. You must use the Stanislaus State Qualtrics web form to log in or create an account. If you go to the public Qualtrics website and create a trial account, any surveys you create or data you collect will not be accessible from the Stanislaus State Qualtrics site. You can only create one user account in Qualtrics. To log in to Qualtrics once the account has been created, use your Stanislaus State account login and password. For more information regarding the types of accounts our license allows, please refer to the Qualtrics Accounts web page.
Some surveys may be considered human subject research and require University Institutional Review Board (UIRB) approval prior to the initiation of the survey. In general, if your survey data is only being collected for a class project, quality improvement project, departmental evaluation, or social use, IRB approval may not be needed. However, if this survey is for a research project (1) involving a systematic investigation with (2) the goal of creating generalizable knowledge (i.e., being able to apply the data to a broader population and plan to publish or present the findings), IRB approval may be required. Please contact the UIRB for specific information.
Qualtrics also offers complimentary web training sessions covering various topics conducted regularly. These training sessions are one hour or less, and cover everything you need to know in order to start building, distributing and analyzing your surveys. To sign up for training, please go to the following link: Qualtrics.com. If you are unable to attend one of these scheduled training sessions, Qualtrics provides many online resources in a variety of formats to assist you. To access the main Qualtrics University page, go to the following link: Qualtrics.com. From the top of the page, click one of the sections (e.g., Basic Building, Advanced Building, Distributing), or search by topic.
Institutional Effectiveness & Analytics is also available to coordinate customized training sessions to address any unique or specific training needs not covered in the Qualtrics online training. If you would like to discuss the opportunity for customized training or if you have any questions about Qualtrics at Stanislaus State, please feel free to contact the Survey Team in Institutional Effectiveness & Analytics at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you are experiencing access problems (not able to create an account or not able to login to Qualtrics), please contact the Survey Team in Institutional Effectiveness & Analytics at 209-667-3281 or email@example.com.
- Most questions can be answered by going to Qualtrics Survey University. The Qualtrics website offers an extensive set of online resources.
- Contact Qualtrics using e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Contact Qualtrics by phone at 1-800-340-9194.
Qualtrics will respond to support telephone calls or e-mail contacts based on the order they are received and relative importance as reasonably determined by Qualtrics. Phone or e-mail assistance from Qualtrics is available during their normal business hours, 7:00am - 7:00pm Mountain Time on weekdays (Monday - Friday), except holidays. Limited e-mail support is available after hours and weekends.
Updated: April 12, 2023