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Emory University adopts Qualtrics as its new online survey tool
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As part of its commitment to provide faculty, students and staff with state-of-the-art resources and tools, Emory’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) is implementing Qualtrics CoreXM as the university’s official online survey tool.

Qualtrics is a widely recognized and highly versatile survey platform trusted by organizations across the globe.

The enterprise-wide shift to Qualtrics (primarily replacing SurveyMonkey) expands the university’s capabilities in research, feedback collection and data analysis.

Transitioning to Qualtrics

With robust features and a user-friendly interface, Qualtrics empowers users to create, distribute and analyze surveys with ease. This move to Qualtrics will facilitate a seamless and efficient survey process for students, faculty and staff.

SurveyMonkey is being phased out across the university enterprise for budgetary reasons. OIT also encourages discontinuing the use of other survey tools (such as Google Forms, SurveySparrow, Typeform, Alchemer, Qualaroo and Hubspot) as part of the transition to Qualtrics.

Consolidating into one survey tool maximizes cost savings, reduces the university’s security footprint, ensures consistency and creates a more unified experience for all survey creators and participants.

Knowledge articles and training sessions are available to assist users in mastering Qualtrics, such as navigating the new platform or migrating existing surveys from SurveyMonkey to Qualtrics.

Here’s how to get started with Qualtrics:

 Qualtrics is available for use, so faculty, students and staff can begin the transition now.

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