Washington State University (WSU) offers employees and students the opportunity to conduct surveys, including faculty and student research, classroom activities, and program evaluation. There are three approved tools to conduct a survey at WSU:
Qualtrics is the preferred online survey tool of WSU. Qualtrics meets the stringent information security requirements not found in most free online survey tools, is easy to use, and offers many features and resources. WSU has a campus site license for Qualtrics, and Qualtrics accounts are available at no direct cost to active students, faculty, and staff.
- Qualtrics Login: https://wsu.co1.qualtrics.com/ControlPanel/
- WSU Support: https://surveys.wsu.edu/surveys/qualtrics/
- Qualtrics Support: https://www.qualtrics.com/support/
REDCap is a secure, online survey application hosted by WSU Health Sciences Spokane for faculty and students who need to meet additional health science research requirements. If you require assistance or have any questions about REDCap, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social and Economic Sciences Research Center (SESRC) is a fee-based, professional survey service for the University community and external clients. Services include: sample design; questionnaire design; Internet, telephone, direct mail, and mixed mode surveys; project management; data collection; data management; custom web applications; statistical analysis and interpretation; report writing; policy research; consultations and training; and the Survey Design Clinic. If you require assistance or have any questions about SESRC or the Survey Design Clinic, please contact email@example.com.
WSU Survey Information:
- Policies and Guidelines
- Important Regulations and Considerations Regarding Survey Research
- Best Practices
- Survey Issues
- Survey Governance
- WSU prohibits the use of products such as SurveyMonkey, Zoomerang, or other online survey tools that require a click through agreement.
- Any study which collects information in the form of surveys, questionnaires, biological samples, or administrative data from or about human subjects (i.e. people) may require IRB approval. Anyone seeking to conduct such a study should consult with the Human Research Protection Program to determine if their project requires IRB review: http://www.irb.wsu.edu