Surveys

  • Branching Question Types

      Branching question types allow the CES Administrator to manage the questions presented to a respondent, based on the user’s response options. This functionality allows you to target questions based on a user’s selection and streamline survey-taking for the student/respondent. You can also easily pull results via standard reporting in Course Evaluations & Survey...

  • How to Move a Question from One Position to Another on a Survey

    When creating a survey (and sometimes after creating the survey) it becomes necessary to move a question from one position to another.  To move a question from one position to another in the survey, follow the directions below: Locate the question you wish to move on the survey Put the number of positions you wish to move the question in the box with the #.  For exampl...

  • Learning Outcomes

    The Learning Outcomes feature allows you to easily and consistently attribute Learning Outcomes to course evaluation surveys by utilizing the Custom Questions functionality for instructors. By applying a Learning Outcomes tag to questions in the Question Properties of your survey setup, instructors will have an effective way to apply learning outcomes questions to...

  • Linked Questions and Item Banks

    Linked Questions are survey questions that are tied together, or linked, between different surveys within Course Evaluations & Surveys. You would use Linked Questions if you have the same survey question on different surveys and want to pull together the results across the surveys/projects (e.g., longitudinal reporting). You would use Linked Questions if you use t...

  • Lock Surveys

    If you have multiple CES Administrators and you want to lock down your survey from other CES Administrators, you can do so with the Survey Lock feature. Overview Locking a survey will prevent other CES Administrators from being able to view or edit the survey. Click the Options button to see the Lock options Lock icons are located in Surveys. Blue Icons: I...

  • Previewing and Exporting the Survey

    The following article provides information on how to preview and export Surveys. Previewing and Exporting the Survey When creating or editing a survey you will see numeric weightings for each response option, as well as additional properties selected for each question. After a survey is built, you'll also have the option to Preview and Export it. Preview Th...

  • Response Editor

    This feature allows the CES Administrator (and Administrators who have been granted access to this feature) to edit or delete write-in responses from open-ended questions and comment boxes within a specific survey and project.   NOTE This feature is NOT enabled by default. If you are a CES Administrator, you can contact our Support Team by clicking Submit A Reques...

  • Student Survey View

  • Survey Builder: Additional Properties

    When creating a survey, within each survey question type, you will be offered Additional Properties from which to select. See below for a description of these properties and their functionality.   Additional Properties (Options vary, depending on question type) Non-Numeric Option: Examples of the non-numeric options include Not Applicable or N/A, however you...

  • Survey Builder: Types Of Survey Questions

    Surveys in Course Evaluations & Surveys: Can contain any combination of available survey question types. Be organized using survey labels. Can be configured with branching logic. When creating or editing a survey you will see numeric weightings for each response option, as well as additional properties selected for each question.   NOTE If a question has at...

  • Survey Builder: Types Of Surveys

    When creating a new survey, you can choose the type of survey based on how the survey will be used in your project.     Survey Types The following survey types are available: Course Main Survey: Choose this type for a survey that is intended to be the Main Survey in a course-evaluation project. All respondents in the course-evaluation project will be presented wit...