Surveys cannot be marked and are anonymous. You can’t unanonymise them. If you need to know who submitted responses, you should create a Test
and call it a Survey.
Surveys are useful for gathering student data that's not used to evaluate their performance. Surveys must be deployed in a content area.
2. Create a survey shell
a. In the Control Panel, click Module Tools, then click Tests, Surveys and Pools.
b. Click Surveys.
c. Click Build Survey.
d. Type a Name, Description and any Instructions for students.
e. Click Submit. This creates a survey shell, to which you can add questions.
3. Create a question
Hover your mouse over Create Question
, then select one of the different question types from the drop-down menu. View our guide
to question types for a full description of each.
b. Add a Question Title and Question Text, then complete the remaining sections.
4. Add a Survey to a content area
a. Click a content area, learning module or folder to enter it.
b. Hover your mouse over Assessments, then click Survey.
c. Under Add Survey, select your survey. Then click Submit.
d. Make the Link Available by selecting Yes, so that students can see it.
e. Click Submit. The survey appears in the content area.
5. Download results
You can download your survey results via your module’s Grade Centre.
a. In the Module Management menu at the bottom left of the module, click Grade Centre, then Full Grade Centre.
b. Scroll across to find the column that was automatically created for your survey.
c. Click the action link (a circle with an arrow in it) at the top of the survey column.
d. From the drop-down list, click Download Results.
e. Choose how you want to download the results.
f. Click the Click to download results button. You can open the downloaded file in Excel.
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