CARMA Internet Research Module<br />Quick Success with SurveyMonkey<br />Jeff Stanton<br />
May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-2)<br />Quick Success with SurveyMonkey<br />http://www.surve...
May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-3)<br />SurveyMonkey Registrationhttp://www.surveymonkey.com<...
May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-4)<br />Screen Shot of the Create Page<br />
May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-5)<br />Screen Shot of the Edit Page<br />
May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-6)<br />Change the Intro Text<br />Click on “Edit Page”<br />...
May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-7)<br />Page title and description editing<br />
May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-8)<br />Finishing the changes to the Intro text<br />Click on...
May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-9)<br />Multiple choice question text<br />
May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-10)<br />Add a New Question on Your Own<br />Click “Add Quest...
May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-11)<br />A Few More Moves<br />Click “Survey Options”<br />In...
May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-12)<br />Next: Preview Your Survey<br />Return to the “design...
May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-13)<br />Make Your Survey Publicly Available<br />Go to the “...
May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-14)<br />Send an email with your survey link<br />Highlight t...
May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-15)<br />Examine/Analyze Your Data<br />From any page click t...
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Carma internet research module survey monkey

  1. 1. CARMA Internet Research Module<br />Quick Success with SurveyMonkey<br />Jeff Stanton<br />
  2. 2. May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-2)<br />Quick Success with SurveyMonkey<br />http://www.surveymonkey.com/<br />
  3. 3. May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-3)<br />SurveyMonkey Registrationhttp://www.surveymonkey.com<br />Click on “Join Now for Free”<br />Fill in the contact information<br />Write username/password so you don’t forget them<br />Click on “Create Survey” in the top menu<br />
  4. 4. May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-4)<br />Screen Shot of the Create Page<br />
  5. 5. May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-5)<br />Screen Shot of the Edit Page<br />
  6. 6. May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-6)<br />Change the Intro Text<br />Click on “Edit Page”<br />Change the page description by editing in the text box<br />Describe the topic of your study<br />Mention eligibility requirements<br />Describe incentive for participation<br />Give information about IRB approval<br />Show researcher contact information<br />
  7. 7. May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-7)<br />Page title and description editing<br />
  8. 8. May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-8)<br />Finishing the changes to the Intro text<br />Click on “Save Page”<br />After a moment your browser should return to the main “Edit Survey” page<br />Next we will add a question<br />Click on “Add Question Here.”<br />
  9. 9. May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-9)<br />Multiple choice question text<br />
  10. 10. May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-10)<br />Add a New Question on Your Own<br />Click “Add Question Here”<br />Choose question type<br />Type main question text<br />Add response options if necessary<br />Change other options for the question<br />Click on “Save”<br />
  11. 11. May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-11)<br />A Few More Moves<br />Click “Survey Options”<br />Inspect the options you see; click on “Show Progress Bar”<br />Click “Save Changes”<br />
  12. 12. May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-12)<br />Next: Preview Your Survey<br />Return to the “design survey” tab<br />Click on the orange button “Preview Survey”<br />You can now complete the survey yourself<br />Try radio buttons and other features<br />Are you satisfied with the layout and the look?<br />Click done: Dismisses the new window and return to the design page<br />
  13. 13. May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-13)<br />Make Your Survey Publicly Available<br />Go to the “collect responses” tab<br />Leave in place the option: “Create a link to send in your own email message or to place on a webpage”<br />Enter a name for your link<br />Click “Next Step”<br />Select and “Edit/Copy” the survey link <br />Open a new browser window and paste in the link<br />Take the survey yourself<br />
  14. 14. May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-14)<br />Send an email with your survey link<br />Highlight the URL provided in the textbox and copy it to the clipboard (control-c, or “Copy” on the edit menu)<br />Use your email account to send a recruiting message to one or two of your classmates<br />Compose a new message and paste the SurveyMonkey URL into the message with instructions to click and complete the survey<br />
  15. 15. May 17-19, 2007<br />Internet Data Collection Methods (Day 1-15)<br />Examine/Analyze Your Data<br />From any page click the “analyze results” tab<br />Bar charts and matrix displays of your item data appear on this page; review these<br />The “Download Responses” feature is only available if you upgrade from a basic account<br />You can review individual response data by clicking on “Browse Responses”<br />LOOK! SurveyMonkey has stored IP addresses of your respondents<br />

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