Difference between revisions of "Viewing Questionnaire responses"

Jump to: navigation, search
m (link edit)
(what's the best way of making questionnaire results available to respondents?)
Line 3: Line 3:
 
If you click on a questionnaire on a course to which you have editing access, you recieve the option to '''View 'n' responses''' in the top-right corner, where 'n' refers to the number of completed surveys. Clicking this will take you to the ''Survey Reports'' page which gives you a graphical (bar chart) and numerical breakdown of responses using both total and percentage results.
 
If you click on a questionnaire on a course to which you have editing access, you recieve the option to '''View 'n' responses''' in the top-right corner, where 'n' refers to the number of completed surveys. Clicking this will take you to the ''Survey Reports'' page which gives you a graphical (bar chart) and numerical breakdown of responses using both total and percentage results.
  
At the bottom of this page you have the option to switch your view between individual responses and all responses and/or download a [[Wikipedia:Comma-separated values|CSV]] version of the responses. In the CSV file fields are identified by the name you entered when creating them.
+
There is no mechanism to automatically make the results available to [[Student|students]] who have taken the questionnaire. You could however save the displayed results as an HTML file and upload that as a [[resource]].
 +
 
 +
At the bottom of this page you have the option to switch your view between individual responses and all responses and/or download a [[CSV]] version of the responses. In the CSV file fields are identified by the name you entered when creating them.
  
 
[[Category:Teacher]]
 
[[Category:Teacher]]

Revision as of 12:42, 18 April 2006

If you click on a questionnaire on a course to which you have editing access, you recieve the option to View 'n' responses in the top-right corner, where 'n' refers to the number of completed surveys. Clicking this will take you to the Survey Reports page which gives you a graphical (bar chart) and numerical breakdown of responses using both total and percentage results.

There is no mechanism to automatically make the results available to students who have taken the questionnaire. You could however save the displayed results as an HTML file and upload that as a resource.

At the bottom of this page you have the option to switch your view between individual responses and all responses and/or download a CSV version of the responses. In the CSV file fields are identified by the name you entered when creating them.