The message below was sent to every survey owner, administrator, and results viewer from all-time.
EEE Legacy Survey is currently planned to enter a read-only state at the end of Fall 2019 (that’s about one year from now), meaning that it will no longer be possible to create or publish new EEE Legacy Surveys at that time.
Under this plan, owners, administrators, and results viewers can continue accessing their past surveys until the end of Winter 2020. If you’re in this group, you should download copies of your results and transition ongoing or future surveys to next-generation systems.
Have feedback about this timeline? Write to EEE Support at email@example.com.
There are two primary campus options for surveys going forward:
- NEW! Qualtrics: Powerful, campus-wide survey service
Qualtrics is a robust, highly customizable online survey tool available to all current UCI faculty, staff, and students. With the Qualtrics Research Suite, you can build and distribute surveys, analyze and report on results, and collaborate in real-time in an easy-to-navigate web-based interface.
In partnership with the digital learning team in the Division of Teaching Excellence & Innovation, OIT is offering introductory workshops. Sign up: https://uci.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8k16FTNZWo6CmSp
Learn more: http://surveys.oit.uci.edu/
For Qualtrics questions, please contact the OIT Help Desk at (949) 824-2222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Create a UCI Canvas course space where you can assign graded or ungraded surveys to students in associated classes
Get started by creating a UCI Canvas course space in EEE+ GrandCentral:
Learn more about surveys in Canvas:
For UCI Canvas questions, contact the OIT Help Desk at (949) 824-2222 or email@example.com
Regardless of which replacement you choose, you should now begin to save copies of your past EEE Survey data (e.g. results) and start migrating to Qualtrics, UCI Canvas, or a combination of the two depending on your needs.
Download EEE Legacy Survey results:
Full EEE Legacy retirement timeline:
OIT’s EEE Team