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  • Survey Monkey

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    2. 2. 1. A clever chimpanzee that explores the jungles of Africa 2. A new species of monkey 3. An online survey tool 2
    3. 3. 1. A clever chimpanzee that explores the jungles of Africa 2. A new species of monkey 3. An online survey tool 3
    4. 4. Alice Henneman, MS, RD ahenneman1@unl.edu UNL Extension in Lancaster County http://food.unl.edu This information is up-to-date as of 11/11/2013 4
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    10. 10. Decide if you need to tell people what date the survey closes. I informed people in the introduction to my survey that some questions would be “required.” 10
    11. 11. This example is a “program evaluation” survey, NOT a “research survey” of people for which you might need IRB approval 11
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    13. 13. I made some questions “required” that I thought all people could answer so I was assured of getting some information 13
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    17. 17. In surveys with individuals under 19, assent of the youth and parental permission may be standard requirements. 17
    18. 18. May be best to avoid making an answer to these questions “required” 18 18
    19. 19. How many questions and responses per survey are permitted on a FREE Survey Monkey plan? 1. 5 questions and 50 responses 2. 10 questions and 100 responses 3. 15 questions and 150 responses 19
    20. 20. How many questions and responses per survey are permitted on a FREE Survey Monkey plan? 1. 5 questions and 50 responses 2. 10 questions and 100 responses 3. 15 questions and 150 responses 20
    21. 21. What age group might require extra considerations before sending them a survey? 1. 12 and under 2. 16 and under 3. 18 and under 21
    22. 22. What age group might require extra considerations before sending them a survey? 1. 12 and under 2. 16 and under 3. 18 and under 22
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    37. 37. If your image is too large of a file, Survey Monkey may not upload it. 37
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    39. 39. For many questions you can add an “other” or comment field. Also, you can decide whether to make the question “required.” 39
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    47. 47. Question: What do you call a monkey that sells potato chips? source: http://www.jokes4us.com/animaljokes/monkeyjokes.html 47
    48. 48. Question: What do you call a monkey that sells potato chips? Answer: A chipmunk source: http://www.jokes4us.com/animaljokes/monkeyjokes.html 48
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    58. 58. Question: What kind of key opens a banana? source: http://www.jokes4us.com/animaljokes/monkeyjokes.html 58
    59. 59. Question: What kind of key opens a banana? Answer: A monKEY source: http://www.jokes4us.com/animaljokes/monkeyjokes.html 59
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    64. 64. Which of the following types of questions is NOT possible in Survey Monkey 1. Image 2. Tabulating numerical responses 3. Rating scale 4. All of the above are possible 64
    65. 65. Which of the following types of questions is NOT possible in Survey Monkey 1. Image 2. Tabulating numerical responses 3. Rating scale 4. All of the above are possible 65
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    71. 71. IMPORTANT: You may quickly need to change it to “Only Me” after you copy and paste the URL from Survey Monkey 71
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    73. 73. • More complicated • Special adjustments may be needed as we move to a mobilefriendly website 73
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    75. 75. Decide which is best for your situation – on the FREE Survey Monkey version, you may only have access to the first two setting possibilities 75
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    86. 86. Some options may be limited on the free, basic version of Survey Monkey 86
    87. 87. Review and try all parts of the survey before sending it. It’s good to have someone else do this too! You never know what a misplaced comma can do! 87
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    89. 89. Extension is a Division of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln cooperating with the Counties and the United States Department of Agriculture. University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension educational programs abide with the nondiscrimination policies of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and the United States Department of Agriculture.

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