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How do I create a survey or polling questionnaire?

There are a variety of tools for creating surveys, questionnaires and polls. Polling technology tools are widely used in research and teaching.

Dartmouth College has a license for the Qualtrics Survey tool. This is a powerful survey and polling tool with many options for poll development and analysis. You can use your Dartmouth NetID and password to access the tool. See the link Qualtrics at Dartmouth for more information

Polleverywhere is online survey tool that allows for live audience polling and participation. Polleverywhere has a free basic version. Polleverywhere website link

Google Slides has a Question and Answer feature Google Slides Question and Answer help document link

Sli Do is a polling tool for live Q&A, polling and presentation sharing. Sli Do has a free basic version. Sli do website link

Instructional Design at Dartmouth promotes active engagement in learning at Dartmouth and can assist with polling tools for course assessment.

Please contact Research Computing for more information.

Other tools include:
Mentimeter website link
Tophat website link
Socrative website link

How can Research Computing help me?

Research Computing provides training, programmers, consultants, software, HPC systems and data storage for the Dartmouth community.

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How do I create a survey or polling questionnaire?

There are a variety of tools for creating surveys, questionnaires and polls. Polling technology tools are widely used in research and teaching.

Dartmouth College has a license for the Qualtrics Survey tool. This is a powerful survey and polling tool with many options for poll development and analysis. You can use your Dartmouth NetID and password to access the tool. See the link Qualtrics at Dartmouth for more information

Polleverywhere is online survey tool that allows for live audience polling and participation. Polleverywhere has a free basic version. Polleverywhere website link

Google Slides has a Question and Answer feature Google Slides Question and Answer help document link

Sli Do is a polling tool for live Q&A, polling and presentation sharing. Sli Do has a free basic version. Sli do website link

Instructional Design at Dartmouth promotes active engagement in learning at Dartmouth and can assist with polling tools for course assessment.

Please contact Research Computing for more information.

Other tools include:
Mentimeter website link
Tophat website link
Socrative website link

How do I acknowledge the support of Research Computing in a publication?

Discovery and Andes/Polaris users:

  • “The computations in this work were performed on the Discovery cluster and HPC environments supported by the Research Computing group, IT&C at Dartmouth College.”

Consulting/programming services users:

  • “The computations in this work were performed with the supported of the Research Computing group, IT&C at Dartmouth College.”