Key Survey is the new super-powerful survey tool that Middlebury College has purchased for academic and administrative surveying needs. If you want to create a survey or poll for a use that doesn't fit the usage policy, such as a survey for personal use, check out some of the free tools such as Survey Monkey.
fill this in when the policy is approved
Before you can log in, you need to have your account added to the system. If your account was not added to KeySurvey yet please contact the Helpdesk or your LIS liason.
Go to http://surveys.middlebury.edu/ and log in using your full Middlebury email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) and your Middlebury password.
- After making changes in the list of questions, be sure to click the save button at the bottom of the page.
- After you create a rating scale once, it appears in the list of available scales. You do not need to create it again.
- The option for showing "back" buttons is on step #4, "Rules".
- Be sure to choose "Secure URL" for any urls.
- Where can I find help on a particular feature?
- Look for contextual help links in the top-right of most pages.
- How do I use the Password Protection and Autofill features?
- Refer to the [Extended Autofill documentation]
- What happens if you edit a launched survey?
- The changes you make are automatically reflected on the launched survey once you save the survey. If you hide a question that somebody has already answered, their answer is saved.
- How do we print a survey?
- When editing the survey, click Test in the links under the tabs at the top of the page. Now click the Print Summary button. You'll get a printout of the survey questions and their options, with no page breaks.
- Can we send a survey to multiple recipients using an e-mail distribution group?
- Yes. You can send a survey to a distribution group, but that group will only receive one "copy" of the survey. In the Rules section, you can select "Allow multiple responses". You must be careful to copy the link from the "Master URL" box into the email you send out. This will give the desired result: multiple responses from a single distribution group.