The Qualtrics research suite, an online survey tool, is now available for free to UAB students, faculty and staff.
Previously, licenses were limited to schools who had subscribed to it.
Qualtrics is an online survey tool that allows you to build complex surveys that fulfill a variety of research needs. The tool can help you build and distribute surveys and analyze responses, all from one convenient online location.
“Qualtrics is an easy-to-use tool that gives us flexibility in creating our own powerful surveys and allows us the ability to analyze the results that showcase, for example, the extent to which our campus is involved in the community,” said Josh Carpenter, Ph.D., director of external affairs for UAB.
Extending the license for Qualtrics to all of campus is part of a larger effort to expand technology services under an “IT Bill of Rights” for students, faculty and staff. The IT Strategic Advisory Council recommended the expansion of the license and it was approved by Vice President and CIO Curtis A. Carver Jr., Ph.D.
“Tools like Qualtrics make it easier for you to do your job,” Carver said. “Our job is to eliminate obstacles to your success and help empower you to change the world.”
In addition to the Qualtrics license change, Mathematica will continue to be available to all campus students, faculty and staff. The funding source will now be UAB IT.
Qualtrics survey tool now available to all UAB students, faculty and staff
- January 02, 2018