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  • 1. Using SurveyMonkey Creating online surveys…easy as pie!
  • 2. Go to link:
    • www.surveymonkey.com
    • You will be able to:
      • Design your survey
      • Collect results
      • Perform an analysis based upon those results
  • 3. Once you establish a free account, SurveyMonkey makes it easy to use…just follow the instructions.
  • 4. Choose a title for your survey and type it in then click “ create survey .”
  • 5. Create your theme and begin adding questions…
  • 6. Choose question type…
  • 7. Lots to choose from…
  • 8. Type in your question and then add another until your survey is complete.
  • 9. When done, select preview up in top right-hand corner.
  • 10. Decide how to send out survey requests-lots of options
  • 11. I chose to send emails with a link to the survey from my own email account…
  • 12. The analysis is automatically completed as respondents submit their surveys.
  • 13. It is that simple!
    • Hard part is designing the survey instrument in order to find out what you want to know about the respondents.
    • Next steps…think about your research project and the survey questions you want to ask.
    • Write a draft of the survey goals and then start writing questions.
    • When you feel confident your questions are the “right ones” then access SurveyMonkey and enter your information.