One product used by our CTE area, is Perseus Survey Solutions. I have
worked with the product and found it very easy to create a web based
survey. Responses can be sent to an email account, which the software
can read and transfer them to an Access database. Additionally, you can
run reports through Perseus or if you are familiar with Access, massage
the data in the MDB file and create your own reports.
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From: The EDUCAUSE Software Licensing Issues Constituent Group Listserv
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Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2003 9:16 AM
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Subject: Re: [LICENSING] Survey Data Collection Software for the Web
I think , if I understand the question, some of use here at Ohio State
At 05:48 PM 2/10/2003 -0800, you wrote:
>I would like to know how other campuses are handling faculty requests
>for survey data collected over the web. Has anyone considered using
>survey services/survey providers? If so, which ones?
>If you are generating home grown solutions, what are you using and how?
>Or, are you letting your faculty find their own solutions rather than a
>centralized campus solution?
>We have site licenses for Microsoft FrontPage, FileMaker Pro and SAS
>software to build web pages to collect data, but staffing is an issue.
>We do not have the SPSS web-based product and I'm wondering if it's
>Stafford G. Cox, Ph.D.
>Campus Site License Coordinator
>Academic Computing Services
>California State University, Long Beach
>1250 Bellflower Boulevard
>Long Beach, California 90840
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