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  • 1. Web 2.0 Survey & Polling Tools: A Quick Guide MOHAMED AMIN EMBI Centre for Academic Advancement Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia 2012
  • 2. Table of Contents i TABLE OF CONTENTS PageCHAPTER 1 SURVEYMONKEY What is SurveyMonkey?..……………………………………………………….1 1 SurveyMonkey in Education…..………………………………………………....1 1 Get started with SurveyMonkey...…………………………………….................3 3 References……………………………………………………………………....11 12CHAPTER 2 OBSURVEY What is Obsurvey?.....…………………………………………………….............1 13 Advantages of Obsurvey…..……………………………………………………1 13 Get started with Obsurvey…………………………………………………….2 15 References……………………………………………………………………......4 24CHAPTER 3 POLLDADDY What is Polldaddy?.............……………………………………………………….1 25 Polldaddy in Education....…..…..………………………………………………....1 25 Get started with Polldaddy....….....……………………………………..................2 26 References……………………………………………………………………......8 32CHAPTER 4 POLL EVERYWHERE What is Poll Everywhere?...……………………………………………………...1 33 Ideas for using Poll Everywhere in the classroom……………………………..1 33 Benefits of Poll Everywhere …………...….……………………………………..1 34 Get started with Poll Everywhere…...…………………………………………..2 35 References……………………………………………………………………......4 42CHAPTER 5 SURVEYTOOL What is SurveyTool?...........……………………………………………………...1 43 Benefits of SurveyTool...……..…………………………………………………..1 43 Get started with SurveyTool…........……………………………………………..2 44 References……………………………………………………………………......4 53
  • 3. ii Table of ContentsCHAPTER 6 ZOOMERANG What is Zoomerang?.........……………………………………………………….1 54 Zoomerang in Education…..…..………………………………………………....1 54 Get started with Zoomerang….....……………………………………..................2 55 References……………………………………………………………………......6 59CHAPTER 7 FLUIDSURVEYS What is FluidSurveys?..........……………………………………………………...1 60 Benefits of FluidSurveys.……..…………………………………………………..1 60 Using FluidSurveys in the classroom…………………………………………..161 Get started with FluidSurveys..........……………………………………………..2 62 References……………………………………………………………………......4 77CHAPTER 8 KWIK SURVEYS What is Kwik Surveys?.......……………………………………………………...1 78 Benefits of Kwik Surveys...…..…………………………………………………..1 78 Get started with Kwik Surveys........……………………………………………..2 79 References……………………………………………………………………......4 90CHAPTER 9 QUIZSNACK What is Quizsnack?.......………………………………………………………….1 91 Benefits of Quizsnack…....….....………………………………………………....1 91 Get started with Quizsnack…..…..………………………………………...........3 92 References……………………………………………………………………......9 99CHAPTER 10 FLISTI 100 What is Flisti?.....................…………………………………………………….......1 100 Benefits of Flisti…….....……..…………………………………………………...1 101 Get started with Flisti……..…........……………………………………………..2 104 References……………………………………………………………………......4
  • 4. Chapter 1: SurveyMonkey 1 Chapter 1 SURVEYMONKEYWHAT IS SURVEYMONKEY?SurveyMonkey is an online survey tool. It allows user to easily create professionalsurveys. Both free and paying user can design surveys, collect responses, and analyzethe responses of their created surveys. The results of the surveys can be sharedinstantly with targeted respondents. These surveys from SurveyMonkey can be onany subjects. Users can also change the font and color of the survey page. Theresults of the survey are viewed in real time. SurveyMonkey lets the user send outthe survey on email lists or put a URL link on a web page to make it easy to get thedesired audience for the survey. The survey also can be used in education to improvelearning and teaching experiences.Source: https://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/INSITE/SurveyMonkey#SurveyMonkey-history.[25 September 2011]SURVEYMONKEY IN EDUCATIONSurveyMonkey has many different applications that would be practical for aclassroom and educational purposes. Educators have used it for: 1. Gaining background knowledge on what information students had learned in previous classes. 2. Multiple choice quiz - Save time where it can be made available to students outside class time. 3. Learning students interests/activities. 4. Student/teacher evaluations. 5. Practice exams/ mock exams.
  • 5. 2 Chapter 1: SurveyMonkey 6. Anonymous classroom reports. 7. Student in-class/outside-of-class projects. 8. Pre-test or pre-class survey. 9. Post-class surveys – Help the educators to re-evaluate their lesson plans and improve those critical areas. 10. Assessment of background knowledge- Benefit the students; where educators can know the level of his/her students and can create the lesson planning accordingly.Source: https://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/INSITE/SurveyMonkey#SurveyMonkey-history.[25 September 2011]
  • 6. Chapter 1: SurveyMonkey 3GET STARTED WITH SURVEYMONKEY STEP 1 Go to: http://www.surveymonkey.com/ STEP 2 Sign up/ Registering Click on the ‘Sign Up FREE’ button here.
  • 7. 4 Chapter 1: SurveyMonkey Fill in theinformation required. Click on ‘Create Account’. Users can sign up with their facebook or google account. STEP 3 Creating a Survey 3 simple steps on creating a survey.
  • 8. Chapter 1: SurveyMonkey 5 Click on ‘Create survey’. Fill in the survey title and select a category from the list given. Click‘Continue’. Select from the available templates.
  • 9. 6 Chapter 1: SurveyMonkey Select a theme. Click here to go back to add questions. Users can change the theme of the survey.
  • 10. Chapter 1: SurveyMonkey 7 Click on ‘Add Question’. Users can choose fromvarious question type.
  • 11. 8 Chapter 1: SurveyMonkey Ex: Do you like how the lesson is conducted? Users can create the question and the answers options for the question. Yes No Options available for users. Click ‘Save Changes’.
  • 12. Chapter 1: SurveyMonkey 9 Users can add more questions. Users can add pages.
  • 13. 10 Chapter 1: SurveyMonkey Click on ‘Send Survey’. Users can customize the link. Users can use other options to send the survey.
  • 14. Chapter 1: SurveyMonkey 11 Users canSurvey view theanalysis analysis ofoptions. completed survey. Users can also use questions in the question bank based on available categories. E.g. Education, community. Various category of questions.
  • 15. 12 Chapter 1: SurveyMonkeyREFERENCESSurveyMonkey. http:// www.surveymonkey.com. [ 27 September 2011]O’shea,Kevin (2010). Edited by Lolkus, M.R. SurveyMonkey.https://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/INSITE/SurveyMonkey#SurveyMonkey-history.[25September 2011]Survey Monkey User Manual.http://s3.amazonaws.com/SurveyMonkeyFiles/UserManual.pdf. [25 September 2011]
  • 16. Chapter 2: Obsurvey 13 Chapter 2 OBSURVEYWHAT IS OBSURVEY?Obsurvey is a very powerful tool for hosting online surveys. You can share the URLto the survey you create with Obsurvey, and embed it on your webpage/wiki andyou also can download a pdf file of the results.Source: http://www.yourlearningcurve.com/2010/10/obsurvey-trumps-google-forms.html [22 February 2012]ADVANTAGES OF OBSURVEYThe following are some advantages of using Observey:(a) In General  There is no need to install any software to create surveys, collect responses and analyze the results. It is all done on the obsurvey.com servers.  It is free, with no advertisements and no limitations.  It gives unlimited surveys, questions in a survey and unlimited responses to a survey.(b) Surveys  You can hide/show questions based on what was answered to previous questions, even for questions on the same page.  You can modify all the text, title and buttons of a survey.  You can upload and insert images anywhere in the survey.  You can pick any of the predefined themes for your survey.
  • 17. 14 Chapter 2: Obsurvey(c) Publishing Surveys  You can protect your surveys with a password.  You can restrict answers to one response per computer.  You can send an email with a link to your survey.  You can put a survey inside blog posts or websites by copying and pasting the provided embed code.(d) Reporting  Exclude duplicate answers from the same IP-address, for polls or voting-style surveys.  Download report as a Pdf file.  Download all answers as a .CSV file (Excel).  Download individual charts for responses to a single question as image files for easy to insert in Word document or Powerpoint presentation.  Protect your shared reports with a password that must be entered before you can see the report.Source: http://obsurvey.com/#features [22 February 2012]
  • 18. Chapter 2: Obsurvey 15GET STARTED WITH OBSURVEY STEP 1 Go to: http://obsurvey.com/ STEP 2 Registering Type your preferred email and password. Next, click the ‘Register’ button. Then, you will receive the Obsurvey email verification. Click this link to activate your Obsurvey account. This page will appear. Click ‘OK’ to continue using Obsurvey.
  • 19. 16 Chapter 2: Obsurvey STEP 3 Creating a SurveyAt the Obsurveyhome page, click‘Create a survey now’. Click ‘My surveys’ to view the list of your Click this icon to created surveys. create a new survey. To get more information on how to use Observey. Click at ‘Help videos’. Click ‘My suggestion’ to add your suggestion or any comment regarding Obsurvey’. Go to Obsurvey‘s Facebook page.
  • 20. Chapter 2: Obsurvey 17 Insert the You can choose to title of your create a survey either survey. from scratch or from any existing surveys. Then, click ‘Create survey’.Click ‘Play’ if you want to watch the video on how to create a newsurvey using Obsurvey. Choose the type of question you Click the ‘Next would like to page’ button if you create in your want to move this survey. question to a new page. Click this button to add a new page.
  • 21. 18 Chapter 2: Obsurvey (a) Multiple Choice Questions Click the ‘Multiple choice Examples of select one’ multiple choice button. questions. Type your question here. If you want to delete the question, click this button. Type your choices here.Use this arrowbutton to move the question. You can use the predefined rating scale given in ‘More options’.
  • 22. Chapter 2: Obsurvey 19 (b) CheckboxesExamples ofselect many questions. Click the ‘Checkboxes select many’ button. Type your question and answer choices.If you want the respondent to select more than one choice or type other choice, go to ‘Moreoptions’ and select options for question. (c) Rating questions Click ‘Rating question’. Choose the rating scale or you can create your own rating scale.
  • 23. 20 Chapter 2: Obsurvey (d) Short text questions Click ‘Short Examples of short text text question’. questions. Choose the templates of short text questions available. (e) Long text questions Click ‘Long Examples textof long text question’. questions. Type the question here.
  • 24. Chapter 2: Obsurvey 21 (f) Descriptive text Click ‘DescriptiveExamples text’ of adescriptive text. Type your text here. An example of A Survey Created
  • 25. 22 Chapter 2: Obsurvey STEP 4 Editing Survey Tools List of your survey created. Insert image and create link in your survey question. Save your survey. Preview your survey. Choose your survey theme. Clear all formatting of text area, and removes Add social all picture and links. sharing in your survey. STEP 5 Collecting Responses Choose your collectClick ‘Collect responses option and responses’. password protected. Send your survey using the link given or embed the survey into your blog or website.
  • 26. Chapter 2: Obsurvey 23STEP 6 Generating Survey Report Your survey report will be displayed shown as a graph, bar chart and frequency table. Click this icon to download the report either in JPEG, PDF or SVG.STEP 7 Individual Responses and Downloading .csv File Individual responses data. Download the individual responses data in .csv (excel) file.
  • 27. 24 Chapter 2: ObsurveyREFERENCEShttp://www.yourlearningcurve.com/2010/10/obsurvey-trumps-google-forms.html [22February 2012]http://obsurvey.com/#features [22 February 2012]
  • 28. Chapter 3: Polldaddy 25 Chapter 3 POLLDADDYWHAT IS POLLDADDY?Polldaddy is an online survey and poll too. It is almost similar to Zoomerang as theyoffer survey and poll tools to users. Polldaddy is easy to use and has a user-friendlyinterface. Users can simply register for an account then click a button to create anew poll or survey. They can then enter the question and answers, choose the designand it is done. PollDaddy will automatically provide the necessary code to be copiedand paste or embed into various sites (e.g. twitter, Ning).Source: Gunelius (2011).POLLDADDY IN EDUCATIONEducators can use Polldaddy features for quizzes, gather feedback on course work.Tutors can get reviews on events from student and colleagues. It saves time for theeducators instead of using the paper-based quizzes. Among the features useful foreducations is, where users can add html, images, video and other media. Responsesgathered can be filtered accordingly. Users can also easily collect responses on iPad,iPhone, and iPod Touch.Source: http://www.polldaddy.com
  • 29. 26 Chapter 2: PolldaddyGET STARTED WITH POLLDADDY STEP 1 Go to: http://www.polldaddy.com/ STEP 2 Sign up/Registering Click ‘See Plans & Pricing’. Click ‘Sign Up’.
  • 30. Chapter 2: Polldaddy 27 Fill in the form or create an account using Facebook.Click ‘Create My Account’. Check your email to activate the Polldaddy account.
  • 31. 28 Chapter 2: Polldaddy STEP 3 Creating a Survey After activating your account, you can start creating a survey. Click ‘Create a new survey’. Enter the survey name. The survey will be saved in ‘My Content’ folder or user can create a new folder. Select a style for the survey.
  • 32. Chapter 2: Polldaddy 29Options available for users. Click ‘Save & Add Questions’. After dragging and dropping the type of questions, type your questions.
  • 33. 30 Chapter 2: Polldaddy Click ‘Done Editing’. Click ‘Finish & Embed’. Users havevarious options to embed orlink the survey. Click ‘Done Embedding’. STEP 4 Creating a Poll Click ‘Create a new poll’.
  • 34. Chapter 2: Polldaddy 31 Select a Type the folder forpoll name. the poll. Type the options for your poll. Select a poll theme. Options available for users.
  • 35. 32 Chapter 2: Polldaddy Options for users to embed orlink the poll.e.g. facebook or twitter. Click ‘Done Embedding’ when finished. REFERENCES Polldaddy. http://www.polldaddy.com [25 September 2011] Gunelius, S. 2011. Should You Use PollDaddy to Create Free Blog Polls? http://weblogs.about.com/od/bloggingtools/fr/PollDaddyReview.htm.[24 September 2011]
  • 36. Chapter 4: Poll Everywhere 33 Chapter 4 POLL EVERYWHEREWHAT IS POLL EVERYWHERE?Poll Everywhere is a text message polling and audience response system. It is simpleenough for anyone to use and flexible enough for a wide range of scenarios tointeract with audiences and collect data.Source: http://blog.polleverywhere.com/ [14 February 2012]IDEAS FOR USING POLL EVERYWHERE IN THE CLASSROOMA few activities to use Poll Everywhere in the classroom:  Quizzes  Attendance  Teacher feedback  Group evaluations  Class discussionsSource: http://www.slideshare.net/amysuesue/a-guide-to-poll-everywhere [14February 2012]
  • 37. 34 Chapter 4: Poll EverywhereBENEFITS OF POLL EVERYWHERESome benefits for using Poll Everywhere:  Ease of use  Live results  Low cost or free to students  Affordable for the instructor  Option to select multiple devices to respond  Students engaged  Ability to identify and address challenging problemsSource:http://nercomp.org/corecode/uploads/event/uploaded_pdfs/Will%20Texting%20Help%20Improve%20Student%20Learning-Fabienne%20Miller%20&%20Jianyu%20Liang%20-%20WPI_55.pdf [17 February2012].
  • 38. Chapter 4: Poll Everywhere 35 GET STARTED WITH POLL EVERYWHERE STEP 1 Go to: http://www.polleverywhere.com/ STEP 2 Creating Poll At the PollEverywhere home page, click the‘Create your first poll’ button. Type your Click this icon to question here. preview your poll. If you want to convert your questions to multiple choice questions, click here. If you want to stay as open ended questions, you need to click the ‘Continue’ button.
  • 39. 36 Chapter 4: Poll Everywhere Click here if you want to delete the answers selected. Insert the possible answers for your multiple choice questions. Then, click ‘Continue’. This is howyour poll will look like.
  • 40. Chapter 4: Poll Everywhere 37 STEP 3 Poll Setting You can use these functions when you upgrade your account. Showing all thepublic polls created by other users.
  • 41. 38 Chapter 4: Poll Everywhere (a) Visual Setting To change the appearance, go to ‘Visual Setting’ and select the appearance, instruction and chart you would like to use as your poll view. (b) Show Instruction/Show Chart Click here to view your poll as chart or instruction.
  • 42. Chapter 4: Poll Everywhere 39 (c) Fullscreen To enable and disable fullscreen view, click this icon.STEP 4 People Responding Select the respond The respond types you prefer. types will be shown here.
  • 43. 40 Chapter 4: Poll Everywhere STEP 5 Downloading as a Slide Select the presentation types you would prefer to download. You can use the downloaded slide for your presentation. The respondents responses will in- sync with the poll you created in the slide.
  • 44. Chapter 4: Poll Everywhere 41STEP 6 Sharing and Publishing You can share and publish your poll by embedded it into your blog or web page, or email to others and, or download the flash file to upload it in Prezi.
  • 45. 42 Chapter 4: Poll EverywhereREFERENCEShttp://blog.polleverywhere.com/ [14 February 2012]http://www.slideshare.net/amysuesue/a-guide-to-poll-everywhere [14 February 2012]http://nercomp.org/corecode/uploads/event/uploaded_pdfs/Will%20Texting%20Help%20Improve%20Student%20Learning-Fabienne%20Miller%20&%20Jianyu%20Liang%20-%20WPI_55.pdf [17 February2012].
  • 46. Chapter 5: SurveyTool 43 Chapter 5 SURVEYTOOLWHAT IS SURVEYTOOL?SurveyTool is a revolutionary sampling tool developed by Peanut Labs Inc. which isan E-Rewards company. SurveyTool can be used by business owners, consumers,corporations, or anyone looking to generate market research to better theirbusiness and/or knowledge.Source: http://blog.surveytool.com/ [2 March 2012]BENEFITS OF SURVEYTOOLThe following are some benefits when using SurveyTool:  Fastest way to create a survey.  Easy, intuitive interface makes survey creation a breeze.  Choose from a range of customizable templates.  SurveyTools robust reporting enables you to visualize your data in real-time.  Collect responses via email, social media, or by embedding the survey within your page.Source: http://www.surveytool.com/# [2 March 2012].
  • 47. 44 Chapter 5: SurveyToolGET STARTED WITH SURVEYTOOL STEP 1 Go to: http://www.surveytool.com/ STEP 2 Signing Up Click the ‘signup’ button. Fill up the required information. Then click ‘submit’.
  • 48. Chapter 5: SurveyTool 45 STEP 3 Creating a Survey Click ‘+ Create New Survey’. You also can Insert the titleduplicate from of your survey an existing here. survey. Next, click the ‘Start’ button.
  • 49. 46 Chapter 5: SurveyTool STEP 4 Adding Question Go to the ‘Edit Survey’ tab. Click at ‘AddQuestions’ here. Then, choose type of questions you would like to add. (a) Checkbox Questions Click at the ‘Checkbox’ button under ‘Basic Questions’. Go to the ‘Question’ tab and type your question. Click at the ‘Row Choice’ tab and list the possible answer choices. Lastly, click ‘Add Question to Bottom’ to insert the question in your survey.
  • 50. Chapter 5: SurveyTool 47 This is an example of a checkbox question. (b) Multiple Choice Questions Click at the ‘Multiple Choices’ button. At the ‘Row Choice’ tab, type the possible answer choices. Click at the‘Question’ taband type yourquestion here. Lastly, click ‘Add Question to Bottom’ to insert the question in your survey.
  • 51. 48 Chapter 5: SurveyTool This is an example of a multiple choice questions. (c) Dropdown Click at the ‘Multiple Choices’ button. Click at the‘Question’ taband insert your question. At the ‘Row Choices’ area, type the possible answer choices. Then, click ‘Add Question to Bottom’ to insert the question in your survey.
  • 52. Chapter 5: SurveyTool 49 This is an example of a dropdown. questions. (d) Rating Scale Click at the ‘Rating Scale’ button. Click at the‘Column Choices’ tab and insert the Click at ‘Row Choices’ rating scales. to insert the statements/questions.Then, click ‘Add Question to Bottom’. This is example of a rating scale.
  • 53. 50 Chapter 5: SurveyTool (e) Matrix Type Question For the ‘Matrix-Type Questions’, you canchoose ‘Single Select’ or ‘Multi Select’ question. The procedure is the same as the ‘Rating Scale’ question. After creating the question, click ‘Add Question to Bottom’. (f) Single Line Question For the ‘Single Line Question’ you can add the template given. Click at the ‘Question’ tab and type the information you want to insert in your survey. Then, click ‘Add Question to bottom’. This is anexample of a single line question.
  • 54. Chapter 5: SurveyTool 51 STEP 5 Survey Settings Click ‘Customize Your Survey’ to change the background, color etc of your survey.Go to ‘Survey Settings’. Insert your survey description. After you have completed creating your survey, click this button to save and launch your survey.
  • 55. 52 Chapter 5: SurveyTool STEP 6 Getting Responses Go to ‘Get Responses’. You also can send your survey by sharing the given link.Click this button to your survey via emails invitation. This is an You can put your example of survey in your blog or webpage using survey created. the embedded code.
  • 56. Chapter 5: SurveyTool 53 STEP 7 Analyzing Responses Go to ‘Analyze Responses’ to get the responses. You can export the report in different format either ‘pdf’, ‘share link’ or ‘excel’ for further analysis.REFERENCEShttp://blog.surveytool.com/ [2 March 2012]http://www.surveytool.com/# [2 March 2012].
  • 57. 54 Chapter 6: Zoomerang Chapter 6 ZOOMERANGWHAT IS ZOOMERANG?Zoomerang is an online survey tool that allows individuals to quickly and easilycreate online surveys to collect and share feedback. Zoomerang also offers pollingapplication. Zoomerang polls delivers a unique, engaging online polling applicationsallowing users them to post a poll on any website. The quantifiable results appear inreal-time and can be shared easily with students and colleagues. Zoomerang enablesusers to leverage social networking platforms to get a fast read on timely issues anddrive easier decision making. Users can customize color schemes and the ability torandomize up to five answer options gives the feel of traditional online surveys tothese one-question polls. In addition, users can easily take the poll they created onany social media networking sites (MySpace or Facebook) and host it on a web siteor blog.Source: http:// www.zoomerang.comZOOMERANG IN EDUCATIONZoomerang surveys and polls can be used by educators in getting responses fromstudents regarding the courses they teach. The tools are simple and easy to use byusers; equipped with skip logic; makes it the best option to gather information.Surveys can be used by tutors or lecturers to gain some insight on their lessons andteaching plans. They can conduct a survey to know what the students think of thecourse and the tutors and share their ideas for improvements. They can also use thetools to conduct quizzes. It helps saves time and money.Source: http://www.idealware.org/articles/fgt_online_surveys.php.
  • 58. Chapter 6: Zoomerang 55GET STARTED WITH ZOOMERANG STEP 1 Go to: http://www.zoomerang.com/ STEP 2 Sign up/Registering Fill in the required information here. Click ‘Sign Up Now’.
  • 59. 56 Chapter 6: Zoomerang STEP 3 Creating a Survey Click ‘Create Survey. ’. Create a title for the survey. Click ‘Get Started’. Click ‘Add a Question’.
  • 60. Chapter 6: Zoomerang 57 Users can choose type of questions. Type the question and answers. Click ‘Save’.Users canchange the survey settings. Use the link given to the survey.
  • 61. 58 Chapter 6: Zoomerang STEP 4 Create a Poll Click ‘Create Poll’. Fill in the Poll poll name preview. and question. Available options for the poll. Copy and embed this code at any website. Users can share their polls on various To see poll networking sites. results, click here.
  • 62. Chapter 6: Zoomerang 59REFERENCESLeland,E. 2011. A Few Good Online Survey Tools.http://www.idealware.org/articles/fgt_online_surveys.php. [23 September 2011]Zoomerang. http:// www.zoomerang.com. [26 September 2011]
  • 63. 60 Chapter 7: FluidSurveys Chapter 7 FLUIDSURVEYSWHAT IS FLUIDSURVEYS?FluidSurveys is designed to provide users with easy-to-use survey software online. Ithas advanced survey-making features and presents them in a convenient, user-friendlyway. After purchasing an account, a user can easily create surveys, polls, inviteanyone to participate and analyze their results through charts and graphs, and shareresults with colleagues. FluidSurveys provides everything users need to conductresearch surveys and create and share reports of findings.Source: https://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/INSITE/FluidSurveys [5 March 2012]BENEFITS OF FLUIDSURVEYSThe following are some benefits of using FluidSurveys:  FluidSurveys is very flexible. It can be exported to PowerPoint, Excel, PDF, and SPSS.  Users have the ability to create surveys and polls using the innovative drag and drop interface.  Users can view incoming data in real time and begin creating a report for that information right away.  Users can cross-reference data with criteria such as age, gender, question answers, etc., which allows the results to be interpreted in a more in depth manner.Source: https://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/INSITE/FluidSurveys [5 March 2012]
  • 64. Chapter 7: FluidSurveys 61USING FLUIDSURVEY IN THE CLASSROOMThe following are some ways of using FluidSurveys in the classroom:  Students can use FluidSurveys to gather constructive feedback about the project assign by the teacher.  Teachers can use this survey to figure out their students learning styles in order to teach more effectively.  Teachers can use FluidSurveys as a pretesting tool to gauge student understanding of a topic in order to modify lesson plans accordingly.Source: https://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/INSITE/FluidSurveys [5 March 2012]
  • 65. 62 Chapter 7: FluidSurveysGET STARTED WITH FLUIDSURVEYS STEP 1 Go to: http://fluidsurveys.com/ STEP 2 Creating an Account At the FuidSurveys home page, provide the information required to create an account. Then, click the ‘Get Started’ button. You will receive an email from FuidSurveys. Click the link given to confirm/verify your registration.
  • 66. Chapter 7: FluidSurveys 63 STEP 3 Creating a New Survey After you have created an account or login, you will be taken to your ‘Surveys’ page. Click ‘+New Survey’. Type your survey title here. If you have a ‘SurveyMonkey’account and want to import yoursurvey from there, Then click the ‘√ click at the link Create Survey’ ‘here’. button.
  • 67. 64 Chapter 7: FluidSurveys These are basic questions you can choose to add in your survey. Use these buttonsto ‘Add Question’, ‘Save’ and ‘Publish’ your surveys.
  • 68. Chapter 7: FluidSurveys 65 STEP 4 Adding Question Go to the ‘Questions’ tab. Choose the questions want to create. Choose either basic (free account) oradvanced questions (pro account). To add more If you want to publish questions, click your survey, click the ‘Add Question’. ‘Publish’ button. Click the ‘Save’ button every time you add question to make sure you do not lose your data.
  • 69. 66 Chapter 7: FluidSurveys (a) Section Heading Go to the ‘Questions’ tab. Double click the ‘Section Heading’ button. Type your question/statement title and description in the given boxes. If you want to add other question, click the ‘Add Question’ button. This is an example of ‘Section Heading’. (b) Text Response Go to the ‘Questions’ tab.Double click the‘Text Response’ button. Type your question/statement title and description in the given boxes.
  • 70. Chapter 7: FluidSurveys 67 This is an example of ‘Text Response’ question. (c) Multiple Choices Go to the‘Questions’ tab. Type your question and description in the given boxes. Double click the ‘Multiple Choice’ button. Insert the choices answer. If you want to add other question, click the ‘Add Question’ button. This is an example of a ‘Multiple Choice’ question.
  • 71. 68 Chapter 7: FluidSurveys (d) Yes/No Go to the ‘Questions’ tab. Double click the ‘Yes/No’ button. Type your question and description in the given boxes. This is an example of ‘Yes/No question.
  • 72. Chapter 7: FluidSurveys 69 (e) Checkbox Go to the ‘Questions’ tab. Type your question andDouble click the description in the ‘Checkbox’ given boxes. button. Insert your choices answer. To add choice, click ‘+Add Other Choice’. If you want to add other question, click the ‘Add Question’ This is an example button. of a ‘Checkbox’ question.
  • 73. 70 Chapter 7: FluidSurveys (f) Dropdown Go to the ‘Questions’ tab.Double click the ‘Dropdown’ button. If you want to add other question, click the ‘Add Question’ Insert your choices answer. This is an example of a ‘Dropdown’ question.
  • 74. Chapter 7: FluidSurveys 71 (g) Multiple Choice Grid Go to the ‘Questions’ tab. If you want to add other question, click Double click the the ‘Add ‘Text Response Question’ Grid’ button. button. Insert your choices/statement. Insert your variables/scale. This is an example of a‘Text Response’ question.
  • 75. 72 Chapter 7: FluidSurveys STEP 5 Page Setting Go to the ‘Page’ tab.Use this option to edit your page setting. Then, click the ‘Save’ button to save your changes. STEP 6 Survey Option Setting Go to the ‘Survey’ tab. Insert or change the title of your survey. Then, click the ‘Save’ button to save your changes.
  • 76. Chapter 7: FluidSurveys 73 STEP 7 Customizing Survey Style To customize your survey, click this icon. Then click this link. STEP 8 Publishing Survey To publish your survey, click this icon. This is the link of your survey.You can send the You can use thelink given to the embed code to potential publish your respondents. survey in your blog or webpage.
  • 77. 74 Chapter 7: FluidSurveys This is an example of asurvey created usingFluidSurveys. STEP 9 Analyzing Survey To analyse the survey conducted, click this icon. Click ‘Export’ to export your survey either into PowerPoint, excel, Pdf or SPSS formats. You can only use this feature if you are registered as Pro user.
  • 78. Chapter 7: FluidSurveys 75 STEP 10 Creating a New Poll To create a poll, go to the ‘Polls’ tab. Then click ‘+New Poll’. Insert the ‘Poll Name’ here. Type thequestion of your poll. Insert the choices.Select your poll result. Then, click the ‘Publish’ button.
  • 79. 76 Chapter 7: FluidSurveys This is anexample of apoll created. STEP 11 Sharing a Poll Click this icon to share the poll with others.
  • 80. Chapter 7: FluidSurveys 77 Use the embed code to publish your poll in your blog or web page. You also can share your poll using these social media.REFERENCEShttp://blog.surveytool.com/ [2 March 2012]http://www.surveytool.com/# [2 March 2012].
  • 81. 78 Chapter 8: Kwik Surveys Chapter 8 KWIK SURVEYSWHAT IS KWIK SURVEYS?Kwik Surveys is a free web-based application that allows anyone to quickly and easilycreate their own surveys and share them across a wide array of sites and services.Simply sign up for an account and then create a new survey in which you have theoptions of making a title and questions, along with being able to modify the colorsand background of the survey.Source: http://www.killerstartups.com/Web-App-Tools/kwiksurveys-com-create-and-analyze-surveys [27 February 2012]BENEFITS OF KWIK SURVEYSThe following are some benefits of using Kwik Surveys:  Upload an appropriate photo to be used as the background of the survey created.  Distribute surveys for people to answer by email, YouTube, Facebook or post them in online forums.  Get survey results instantly.  Download and print the survey created and survey result.  Set up account for email notifications if someone new has responded to the survey.Source: http://www.killerstartups.com/Web-App-Tools/kwiksurveys-com-create-and-analyze-surveys [27 February 2012].
  • 82. Chapter 8: Kwik Surveys 79GET STARTED WITH KWIK SURVEYS STEP 1 Go to: http://kwiksurveys.com/ STEP 2 Signing Up Click the ‘Sign up’ button to register. Fill in the required information.
  • 83. 80 Chapter 8: Kwik Surveys Kwik Surveys will send this email to your registered email account. Click the link given to validate your email address and you can start using Kwik Surveys. STEP 3 Creating a Survey Share your survey with Type your “Twitter” andSurvey title. ‘Facebook”. Add your page title here. You can ‘Add’, ‘Move’, ‘Copy’, ‘Delete’ and ‘Skip’ theInsert your page selected page of description. your survey. Click the ‘Add Question’ button to add and create more questions.
  • 84. Chapter 8: Kwik Surveys 81 STEP 4 Adding Questions At your survey editor page, click ‘Add Question’. Click the ‘Preview’ button toClick ‘Question Click ‘Answer & preview the Click ‘Save & text’ to add Options’ to survey before Exit’ to save question. choose you save and the survey answering type. publish. created. Text editor toolbar.Type your question here.
  • 85. 82 Chapter 8: Kwik Surveys (a) Multiple Choice Questions Then, click the Lastly, click First, you need to ‘Answer & ‘Save & create your Options’ button. Exit’. question in the ‘Question text’. Choose multiple choice answer option (either single or multiple) answers. Or, you can select from a predefined answer set. Insert listof answers here. An example of Multiple choice (Multiple answers) questions created.
  • 86. Chapter 8: Kwik Surveys 83(b) Drag and Drop Ranking Choose ‘Drag and drop ranking’ at question type. Type possible answers here. An example of a drag and drop ranking question.
  • 87. 84 Chapter 8: Kwik Surveys (c) Star Rating Choose ‘Star Rating’ at question type. Type possible answers here. An example of a star rating question. (d) Single Textbox Choose ‘Single Text Box’ at the question type. At the question options, you can choose either text, number or email address.
  • 88. Chapter 8: Kwik Surveys 85 An examples of a single textbox question.(e) Matrix of Choices Choose ‘Matrix of Choices (Single or multiple answers)’ at the question type. In the ‘Column Headings’, select your predefined answer set. Or you can add your own scale. Type your statement or question at the ’Row Heading’ area.
  • 89. 86 Chapter 8: Kwik Surveys An example of a ‘Matrix of choices’ question. (f) Multiple Text Boxes Choose ‘Multiple Text Boxes’ at the question type. Select your answer option. An example of a ‘Multiple text boxes’ question.
  • 90. Chapter 8: Kwik Surveys 87 STEP 5 Survey SettingClick ‘Setting’. At the ‘Survey status’, you can select either to do an open or close survey. Also, you can insert survey dates and edit participant options and number of responses. STEP 6 Style Click ‘Style’.
  • 91. 88 Chapter 8: Kwik Surveys At the ‘Theme editor’ in the ‘Style’ setting, you can edit your survey layout. STEP 7 Result Click ‘Result’. You can print and view your survey result.
  • 92. Chapter 8: Kwik Surveys 89 STEP 8 Export Click ‘Export’. You can export your survey question in pdf or doc format. STEP 9 Launch Click ‘Launch’. Click ‘Create Link’ to create and customizethe link of your survey.
  • 93. 90 Chapter 8: Kwik SurveysREFERENCEShttp://www.killerstartups.com/Web-App-Tools/kwiksurveys-com-create-and-analyze-surveys [27 February 2012]
  • 94. Chapter 9: Quizsnack 91 Chapter 9 QUIZSNACKWHAT IS QUIZSNACK?Quizsnack is the most easy to use online poll and survey tool, allowing you to createand conduct market questionnaires without having to learn complicated software.Also, the reporting is very simple and straightforward, with results being displayedin real-time.Source: http://www.quizsnack.com/BENEFITS OF QUIZSNACKUsing Quizsnack you can:  Customize the looks of your poll/survey widgets.  Create poll/survey in any language you wish.  Embed your poll/survey your website.  Store your data securely for an indefinite amount of time.  User-friendly application.Source: http://www.quizsnack.com/
  • 95. 92 Chapter 9: Quizsnack GET STARTED WITH QUIZSNACK STEP 1 Go to: http://www.quizsnack.com/ STEP 2 Signing In/Registering On Quizsnack page, If you do not want to click ‘Sign in’. register, you can sign using these accounts. Insert your If you do not have an name, e-mail account, go toand password to ‘Register’. start the registration. Then, click ‘Register’.
  • 96. Chapter 9: Quizsnack 93 STEP 3 Creating a Poll/Survey To create a poll/survey after you have signing click ‘Make a poll (or survey)’. (a) Creating a pollClick ‘Poll’ tostart creating a poll.
  • 97. 94 Chapter 9: Quizsnack Then, type your question. Number of your answer option. Check the box ifyou want to shuffle your options. Type your thank you massage Then, click (optional). ‘Next’.
  • 98. Chapter 9: Quizsnack 95 (b) Creating a survey Click ‘Survey’ to start creating a survey. Then, type your question. Choose type of your question. Check the box ifyou want to shuffle your options. To insert other question, you just need to type the question here.
  • 99. 96 Chapter 9: Quizsnack Type your thank you massage (optional). Then, click ‘Next’. STEP 4 Choosing a Templates When you have finished creating your quiz, you can go to the quiz templates. Choose the template you prefer for your quiz.
  • 100. Chapter 9: Quizsnack 97You can reviewbefore you use the template. If you like this template, click ‘Use this template’. Then, click ‘Finish’. Now, your poll/survey is ready to publish. You can edit or delete your quiz. Click ‘Copy’ to copy the link given and you can post You also can it to your Facebook wall, embed it to your Twitter or sent to email. blog or web.
  • 101. 98 Chapter 9: Quizsnack STEP 5 Check your Poll/Survey At your Quizsnack home, click ‘My quizzes’. The statistic Then, click shows the ‘Stats’. number of people view and take your poll/survey.
  • 102. Chapter 9: Quizsnack 99 If you want to get the full report of your survey, you need to activate the premium options.REFERENCEShttp://www.quizsnack.com/ [21 October 2011]https://sites.google.com/site/bdemireleportfolio/projects/web-2-0 [21 October 2011]
  • 103. 100 Chapter 10: Flisti Chapter 10 FLISTIWHAT IS FLISTI?Flisti is a free online poll website that does not require any sign up.Source: http://edutechintegration.blogspot.com/2010/09/flisti.html [9 March 2012]BENEFITS OF FLISTIThe following are several benefits of using Flisti:  A great tool to use on the first day of school or the beginning of a unit to gauge where students stand on a particular subject.  The tool is simple to use.  If you have a school or class Twitter or Facebook page you can share the poll there to get response from students.  Flisti is easily adapted into the classroomSource: http://edutechintegration.blogspot.com/2010/09/flisti.html [9 March 2012]
  • 104. Chapter 10: Flisti 101 GET STARTED WITH FLISTI STEP 1 Go to: http://flisti.com/ STEP 2 Creating a Poll Insert the possibleType your poll answers. question. If you want to Lastly, click add more create new poll. answers click here.
  • 105. 102 Chapter 10: Flisti This is anexample of apoll created. You can view the result by clicking this link.
  • 106. Chapter 10: Flisti 103 STEP 3 Sharing a Poll You can share your poll in Facebook or Twitter.Or, you can putyou poll on yourblog or website. Click this link to view the embed code. Copy and paste the embed code given on your blog/website. STEP 4 Commenting Poll Respondents can comment about the poll by typing the comment here.
  • 107. 104 Chapter 10: FlistiREFERENCEShttp://edutechintegration.blogspot.com/2010/09/flisti.html [9 March 2012]