TIPS

These tips are provided to help you make the most of your evaluation and E-valuate-IT.

Testing Your Online Survey
There are three important reality checks you should always apply to build a successful online survey. More...
Sharing Results
How do you retrieve response data from online surveys and how do you communicate survey results back to interested parties? More...
Respondent Tracking
E-valuate-IT respondent tracking assists in the management of the online survey process. More...
Anonymity and Response Data
Security, privacy and confidentiality are important considerations for both survey administrators and respondents alike, but are sometimes poorly understood and often confused with anonymity. More...
Respondent Access and Notification
Choose the E-valuate-IT survey type that will provide effective respondent access, and plan your notification strategy for best possible response rates. More...
Reposition Questions
E-valuate-IT provides the flexibility to create your questions online, then preview and re-order. More...
Respondent Identity
What are respondent identities and why use them? More...
Cross-Tabulate Survey Data
How do you cross-tabulate results so you can drill down into your survey data? More...
Protecting Respondent Privacy
E-valuate-IT is designed for use in corporate settings to provide maximum flexibility for survey administrators and maintain protection for respondents. More...
Strategic Focus for Surveys: Roles
Adopting a strategic survey focus calls for a range of skills and collaborative activity. More...
Strategic Focus for Surveys: Pilot
The online environment makes the dissemination of surveys very easy. Always pilot your survey before its final release to eliminate any surprises and ensure that it meets expectations. More...
Measuring Survey Data
How do you measure responses to a survey? More...
Optimal Online Survey Length
What is an optimal survey length? More...
Online Response Rates - Optimum
Establish an acceptable and credible benchmark rate and use follow-up techniques to raise response rates. More...
Coding Open-ended - Guidelines
Providing guidelines in handling open-ended responses helps ensure consistent standards. More...
Coding Open-ended - Purposes
Consider the many purposes for which clustered open-ended responses can be used. More...
Open-ended Questions - Usage
Open-ended questions should be used sparingly in most questionnaires, even for qualitative analysis. More...
Multiple-choice Questions - Neutral
Consider the value of providing options that necessitate a judgment of some kind. More...
Multiple-choice Questions - Options
Keep the trend consistent for all multiple-choice options in a questionnaire. More...



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