The survey activity consists of three types of standardized instruments that help faculty better understand their students learning behaviors and perspectives:
- COLLES - is an economical 24 statements grouped into six scales, each of which helps assess the quality of the on-line learning environment.
- ATTLS - Attitudes Towards Thinking and Learning Survey is an instrument developed by Galotti et al. (1999) to measure the extent to which a person is a 'connected knower' (CK) or a 'separate knower' (SK).
- Critical Incidents is a five-item, free-response survey where students must enter their answers in narrative form.
Learn more about the Moodle survey instruments, visit http://kb.moodlerooms.com/article/19/teacher#221
Customize and create new surveys for your course with the Questionnaire activity, visit: FAQ #1231
- Login to Moodle using the Mozilla Firefox browser, visit: FAQ ID #1175
- Find your course, visit: FAQ ID #1176
- Turn Editing on, visit: FAQ ID #1189
Adding a Survey Activity
- If your course is in topic view, in the section in where you want the page located, select the Add an activity or resource link.
If your course is in folder view, in the section in where you want the page located, select the Add resource link.
- Select Survey from the menu, then scroll down and click Add.
- Complete the form to provide a survey Name, select the Survey type, and Description.
The description is displayed to the participants as an customized introduction when the viewing the survey.
- Review the Common Module Settings. Here you may choose how the activity should be visible or not to your students. If you have developed predetermined groups the common module settings will allow you to segment participation by groups.
- Decide if you wish to place conditions or date related restrictions on how the activity becomes available.
- Select the Save and display option to view the poll from a students perspective.