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Survey Administration/Response Data

This lesson will guide you through the variety of ways you can administer a survey within Illuminate as well as how to view the response data.

Where to Start

Where to Start

1. Click on the Assessments tab.

2. Under General, select List Assessments.

3. Your survey will populate in your assessment list. Click on the title to access the survey overview.

Note: To delete a survey, select the checkbox to the left of the title, then find the 'Edit Assessment(s)' dropdown menu at the bottom of the page. Change 'Edit Assessment(s)' to 'Delete Assessment(s)' and press Submit.

Survey Administration

Survey Administration

Once in the Overview, select Survey Administration to see all options for collecting response data.

If you are scanning responses:

1. Select Print Answer Sheet to print answer documents to collect data. Currently surveys can only be conducted anonymously. Click Generate to generate and print answer documents.

Note: The answer documents will still print with a blank ID field, currently it does require an actual student ID on each form, though the results will NOT actually be linked to the student in any way.

2. When you are ready to scan, select Scan to scan survey results.

Manual Response Entry

Manual Response Entry

1. Use the + and - signs to input how many students responded to the survey.

2. Use the + and - signs to input the number of each type of answer. Once you've reached the number of answer inputs to match your number of survey responses, that question will not allow you to input any more answer choices.

3. Click Save Changes.

Overview/Response Data

Overview/Response Data

At the top of the Overview you will see the title of the survey, who created it, the # of questions (If you click on this number, you will be taken to the Edit Questions screen), # of responses, when it was created, and then the alerts that are green show what applies to this survey (i.e. Is it anonymous, a teacher survey, student survey, is it shared, etc.).

Below, you will see the graphical breakdown of the responses to each question, with the number and percentages of each answer choice below it.