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Qualtrics

Survey for Instructional Use



Accessing UGA Qualtrics Account
Qualtrics can be used to create surveys as well as forms for general data collection.
If you dont have current access to a qualtrics account, in Franklin College contact
the franklin helpdesk http://helpdesk.franklin.uga.edu to request an account.

Once the account is created, access https://ugeorgia.qualtrics.com/ControlPanel/ to
sing into the account.



Creating and Building the Survey

Step One:
After entering the Qulatrics website, select Create Survey from the menu options
at the top of the page.




Step Two:
Name the survey, and select create survey.




Step Three:
Choose the green create a new question. Here, multiple options for question types
maybe selected. To create a direction and dialogue header box for the beginning of
the survey, select Descriptive Text.







Step Four:
Choose the Rich Context Editor box to create text with multiple font options, insert
pictures, or detailed directions.



Step Five:
Chose the green create a new question button to select the question type.





Accessing Data and Reports:
*The following was retrieved from
http://www.qualtrics.com/university/researchsuite/reporting/view-reports/drill-
down/ on April 13, 2016 at 12:21 pm. *

Drill Down (Reporting)

1. Drill Down (Reporting)
This page is about creating a Drill-Down in the View Results section. In this section,
the Drill-Down will apply to all questions in a report. For information on using a
Drill-Down and other advanced filtering options in Reporting Beta, view Data
Sources and Filters.
Introduction
The Drill Down feature in View Reports allows you to create a comparative report
that divides each graph and table by the answers to a specific question or Embedded
Data field. Drill Down can be applied to any of your reports, which are found in
the View Reports section of the View Results tab.


Example: On a survey that asks In which region are you located?, you could use
Drill Down to look at how answers to other questions vary by region.


This question compares the satisfactions levels of clients by continent.
When to use a Drill Down
Drill Downs are useful when you want to view the results of each question by a
specific attribute, such as education level, client tier, or geographical location. You
can think of Drill Down as a shortcut for creating multiple reports with a filter for
each aspect of a question or each value of an Embedded Data field.
Example: Instead of creating a new report for each session of a seminar, use Drill
Down to create one report with the results to each question broken down by
session.

This report uses a Drill Down to compare the effectiveness of the Morning, Afternoon,
andEvening training sessions.
Drill-Downs dont filter out any data, they simply present the data in a way that
makes it easy to compare groups. For more information on filtering certain
responses from your report, viewFilters and Subgroups.
With reports created in the View Results tab, you can apply one Drill Down and
multiple filters to one report. For information on how to create a report with
multiple Drill Downs and advanced filtering, check out Reporting Beta.
Adding a Drill Down
Add a Drill Down to your report to present a comparative view of your data. Learn
how to Drill Down by Question and Embedded Data.

TO DRILL DOWN BY QUESTION:
1. Navigate to the View Reports section of the View Results tab.









2. Select a report, or click Create a New Report.



3. Click the question you want to drill down by.



4. Click Drill Down.


5. In the dialogue box, click Ok.



After the Drill Down has been applied, you will see a red tag on your report.



Once the Drill Down has been applied to your report, each question will be reported
with the answer choices on the side and the drill down categories on the top.


This question reports travel satisfaction levels drilled down by employment status.
TO DRILL DOWN BY EMBEDDED DATA:
1. Navigate to the View Reports section of the View Results tab.


2. Select a report, or click Create a New Report.


3. Click the Embedded Data field you want to Drill Down by. Embedded Data
fields are usually located at the end of your report, after the questions.







4. Click Drill Down.


5. In the dialogue box, click Ok.


After the Drill Down has been applied, you will see a red tag on your report.


Once the Drill Down has been applied to your report, each question will be reported
with the choices on the side and the drill down categories on the top.

This question reports reading levels drilled-down by User Profile.
Qtip: Once youve applied a Drill-Down, you can export your report with the Drill-
Down applied. For more information, see Exporting and Sharing Reports.
Removing a Drill Down
To remove a Drill Down, click the X on the Drill Down tag.