OIT provides support for Qualtrics, a full-featured, web-based tool for creating, distributing, capturing, and analyzing surveys.
Qualtrics is available to faculty, staff, students, and affiliates with an active IdentiKey. This includes those with a primary affiliation on the CU Boulder Campus of Student, Staff, Officer/Professional, Faculty, POI, Affiliate, Retiree, or Emeritus.
Qualtrics is provided as a common-good service to the campus which means there is no direct cost to the individual or department.
Qualtrics can be accessed at http://qualtrics.colorado.edu.
When you log into Qualtrics for the first time an account will be automatically created for you. Access Qualtrics at http://qualtrics.colorado.edu and log in using your IdentiKey and password.
And confirming your Digital ID Card.
In order to combine your account at Qualtrics.com with your CU Account, you need to have activated your CU Qualtrics account by going to: http://qualtrics.colorado.edu and logging in using your IdentiKey and password.
Once you have activated your account, contact the IT Service Center via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 303-735-HELP (4357) to request that your account at Qualtrics.com and your CU Qualtrics account be merged. You will need to provide the username or email associated with your account at Qualtrics.com and your IdentiKey username and CU email address.
CU’s Qualtrics Administrator will contact Qualtrics to request that your Qualtrics.com account contents be transferred to your CU Qualtrics' account. A CU Qualtrics Administrator will merge the contents from the account on Qualtrics.com into the CU Account and delete the old non-CU Account.
Contact the IT Service Center via email at email@example.com or by phone at 303-735-HELP (4357). Provide a detailed description of the error message you received.
When a survey is emailed to you from within Qualtrics the “from” Address will be firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualtrics recommends you use the latest version of your browser of choice. The web browsers officially supported by Qualtrics are Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, and Internet Explorer.
Older versions of these browsers may still work, but are not recommended, as they are not as well suited for the latest web technologies. The oldest supported versions of the above web browsers are IE7+, Firefox 4+, Safari 3+, and Chrome 2+.
Qualtrics continues to support the survey taking experience in Internet Explorer 6 (IE6), though not the Control Panel (the tool to create the survey, as well as reporting, etc.)
OIT does not support all browser versions. If you are not on an OIT supported Browser OIT recommends you update your browser to a supported browser. To learn more go to http://www.colorado.edu/oit/recommendations.
All research conducted by faculty, staff, or students involving human subjects at CU-Boulder must be reviewed by the Institutional Review Board (IRB) prior to conducting the research. The primary goal of the IRB is to facilitate ethically responsible human subjects research. Find out more by visiting: http://www.colorado.edu/vcr/irb/about-us.
Email Qualtrics Support at email@example.com to receive information on how they secure their data.
Qualtrics survey developers can review the Office of Planning, Budget and Analysis (PBA) surveys at http://www.colorado.edu/pba/surveys/ to see the types of studies that have already been conducted to avoid duplicating similar research questions or studies.
Instructions on using Panels (Distribution Lists) are available at the Qualtrics University website at: http://www.qualtrics.com/university/researchsuite/distributing/panels.
The individual(s) you want to collaborate with must have an account on the CU-Boulder instance of Qualtrics (They must have logged into the Qualtrics system at least once with their IdentiKey).
Instructions on the process of adding a collaborator on campus are available on the Qualtrics University website in the Collaborating Within Your Organization section.
*Note: When adding a collaborator, be sure to search for the user by name, rather than IdentiKey or e-mail address.
Instructions for collaborating with colleagues are available on the Qualtrics University website in the Collaborating Outside of Your Organization and With New Users section.
|Name of Company:||Qualtrics Labs, Inc.|
|Development Company:||Qualtrics Labs, Inc.|
|Year of Development:||2005 year of first release, but current version is 2009. Please check the tool for the current copyright year. The current copyright year should match the year of development.|
|Location:||Provo, Utah, USA.|
|Version:||12,018 and counting. The version changes with each update, and can be found at bottom of page after the copyright notice when logged into the tool.|
To bookmark Qualtrics, you’ll need to go into your browser’s bookmark configuration setting and enter the URL for this service: https:/qualtrics.colorado.edu.
Yes. Each panel can contain up to 500 names. Exchange Online limits the number of recipients per message to 500. If your survey is being sent to more recipients, it’s recommended that you attach multiple panels to your survey.
Yes, Individual users can distribute up to 10,000 emails per week. This helps Qualtrics maintain a high rate of email deliverability while ensuring added security. Each panel can contain up to 500 names. Exchange Online limits the number of recipients per message to 500. If your survey is being sent to more recipients, it's recommended that you attach multiple panels to your survey.
Contact the IT Service Center at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a higher survey distribution. Please provide the following information in your request:
OIT will forward this information to Qualtrics and will facilitate communication with them.