Why Conduct Surveys?
Timely, relevant information is a key to learning in any academic discipline.
Surveys are important methods for gathering and analyzing information that expands the body of knowledge in a field of study. As a primary research tool, a survey gives students an opportunity to reach out to key audiences to identify issues and trends, track and quantify behavioral patterns, and obtain a wide range of information and feedback. The very act of designing and conducting a survey, and analyzing and presenting data is a highly useful organizational and educational exercise that prepares a student to use these tools in the workplace following graduation.
You can utilize many types of surveys to reach out to important audiences and gather feedback.
Click on sample surveys to take a look at a variety of templates you can use to design a survey that meets your feedback requirements.
Click on case history to read about the students can use surveys as a research tool.