Qualtrics Web Survey Tool
Cornell University's implementation of the Qualtrics web survey tool is provided for use by Cornell faculty, staff, and students. Its purpose is to allow users to conduct research and gather information in support of the university's educational mission and organizational goals.
For more information about the Central Survey Tool, please see the service site at Computing at Cornell.
Interested in adding Qualtrics API access and/or the Qualtrics Offline survey tool to Cornell's existing campus Qualtrics license?
Visit http://bigred.crowdfundhq.com/ before September 8 to find out how you and your department can team up with others at Cornell to make the license happen.
Creating an Account
If you do not currently have an account with the Cornell survey service, one
will be generated for you automatically when you click the "log in" button.
you will be able to begin using the service. Violation of these terms can result in revocation of permission to use the service or judicial action.
Use of Surveys for Research
Without exception, all human participant research conducted by Cornell University investigators, students, and staff, and any others conducting research at Cornell or utilizing Cornell resources, must receive prior approval of Cornell University's Institutional Review Board (IRB).
Help and Documentation
Help and Tutorials for the Qualtrics survey tool
Tutorials, information, and support are provided by Qualtrics.
For assistance with login problems, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Cornell Survey Research Institute offers the survey project services including questionnaire development and testing, completing IRB forms, sampling, programming, administration, data delivery, analysis, report writing, best practices in survey research, and other services.
CISER Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research.
How to Survey from the Office of Institutional Research and Planning.
Survey Calendar to see when surveys of undergraduate students take place at Cornell, to help you in planning your own survey.
Cornell's Copyright Information Center.