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Does the University have access to Qualtrics (online survey tool)?

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Qualtrics is a software tool that is available to all KSU faculty, staff, and students for use in creating online surveys; however students must have a faculty member request access on their behalf. To begin creating a survey, faculty and staff may visit http://survey.kennesaw.edu, accept the End-User License Agreement, and then login using their NetID and password.

A faculty member must request the use of Qualtrics on behalf of student researchers. Faculty must submit the Qualtrics Student Account Request Form to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) at irb@kennesaw.edu for approval. Once the IRB verifies that the student has an approved human subjects protocol on file, University Information Technology Services (UITS) will be notified and a student account will then be activated.

Go to the UITS site for instructions on how to create, distribute and report on surveys or you may contact the KSU Help Desk.

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