Tools and Work Aids For students

Survey

Survey online and get answers

Whether it is for a bachelor or master thesis or a survey among students: online surveys make it possible to obtain anonymous or personalized answers to previously recorded questions. Or react interactively with your audience by integrating activating questions into your presentation via LiveVoting. The results can be interpreted directly from the tool or exported into a statistics program for further processing.

When distributing your surveys, please follow the university guidelines on electronic bulletin boards and mass e-mail: "It is not allowed for students or employees to independently send mass e-mails or to mass send other electronic messages via Outlook, ILIAS or the like".

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The ILIAS survey tool offers you the possibility to create a public online survey easily and free of charge. In iTools you will find an area where you can create and conduct such surveys on your own. You decide whether the survey will be anonymized, whether a login or access key is required or whether it should be personalized (filter questions). The survey offers 5 different question types: Single choice question, multiple choice question, free text question, numerical question and matrix question. Further advantages: Data is stored on Unibe-servers and surveys come with an official Unibe-domain.

When distributing your surveys, please follow the university guidelines on electronic bulletin board and mass e-mails: "It is not allowed for students or employees to independently send mass e-mails or to mass send other electronic messages via Outlook, ILIAS or the like".

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Access to working groups and online surveys
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React interactively with your audience by integrating activating questions into your presentation via LiveVoting. With the ILIAS LiveVoting tool you can implement live surveys. The activation of the audience makes sense especially in a course with many people or in a presentation.

You can create a live voting and let the listeners vote via smartphone or other device with internet access without login.

Live voting can be set up in your own ILIAS course or in an ILIAS working group. They can therefore be used by lecturers, employees or students in their lessons or at lectures and conferences.

Access to working groups, where you can create your own live voting
A PIN code is required for voting

For advanced needs, a survey with the web-based software unipark can lead to the desired goal. A license is required to use this product. Please ask your institute if there is already an institute license you can use or buy the single license for students. With unipark you have, for example, more than 35 existing question types that also look good on your smartphone, dynamic lists and your own layout editor as well as a reporting as export file for SPSS or Excel or via its own analysis tool Reporting+ .

There is no support for this product at the University of Bern. But the website of unipark offers helpful discussion forums and video tutorials amongst other things.

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