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AEFIS: Creating Your Survey Template
Monday, October 17 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pmRegister
All AEFIS surveys begin with a survey template. The survey template is the body of a survey that can be repeated and reused over multiple semesters. The template contains the actual survey questions and metrics. This course focuses on the creation of a survey template, and explores several variables that influence the appearance and behavior of the survey template.
This AEFIS webinar is primarily geared for department and school AEFIS administrators (at UW-Madison).
This course will be delivered in Zoom. To register, complete the form below. You will then receive an auto-generated email containing a link to the meeting space. To join the class after it begins, click here.
Note: Many schools, colleges and departments already have survey templates in place. Leadership has already settled upon survey questions. And, in some cases, those survey templates have been used for several semesters. Check with your leadership on this issue. If your area already has a survey template in place, you may not need to attend this course.
Note: This course is the first of a three-part training series on AEFIS evaluations. The second is Scheduling Your AEFIS Survey Template to Run. The third is Assigning Course Sections to your Survey Instance. Visit the DoIT Academic Technology Events calendar for dates and times of all training sessions.
Note: In addition to these training sessions, there are several virtual Q&A times. These sessions provide you the opportunity to connect and ask any AEFIS question. For dates and times of these Q&A sessions, visit the DoIT Academic Technology Events calendar. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org, and request an individual AEFIS consultation.
The virtual room will be open 10 minutes prior to the posted start time. If this is your first time connecting remotely to a virtual meeting space, feel free to log in early to allow for troubleshooting.
For more information about UW-Madison’s transition to digital course evaluation surveys, visit the Student Learning Assessment website.