Conducting surveys is an important part of many research projects.
Many software tools are able to assist researchers where respondents are able to complete the survey electronically.
|What is it and how do I get it?||When should I use it?||What caveats or obstacles are there?||*Support?|
|DC 17||DC17 is a project currently being developed at the University of Newcastle to conduct surveys on mobile devices such as mobile phones and tablet computers.||Currently under development.||End User|
|LimeSurvey||LimeSurvey is an open-source software for conducting surveys.||A server is needed to host the software.||End User|
|Survey Monkey||Survey Monkey is a popular online tool for conducting surveys.It has both free & commercial options available depending on requirements.||There may be issues with participant responses being stored on a external server.||External (Survey Monkey)|
|* Support||Source of Support for Service|
|UoN Supplied||Deployed, managed and supported by the University and provided to Researchers at no additional cost.|
|UoN Supported||Deployed, managed and supported by the University with some additional costs to the Researcher, Centre or Faculty.|
|End User||The item is end user supported. The University is not in a position to provide technical support or assurances that the product will work within the University environment.|
|External (Organisation)||Deployed, managed and supported by an organisation external to the University. Additional costs may apply.|