I haven't used it for this purpose, but you might want to investigate
the Forms feature of the Spreadsheets app within Google Docs.
Permissions management in Google Docs is quite robust, and would allow
you to differentiate access to survey results in accordance with the
role of the individual. It's a free service, so it may be worth
significant exploration. Should you choose to go this route, I'd be
very interested in learning about your experience.
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On Jan 15, 2010, at 10:37 AM, Kendall Chun wrote:
> I'm looking for recommendations for survey software to take our annual
> course/instructor evaluations into the modern world. At the moment
> we are
> still using paper questionnaires to gather student feedback. There
> several packages and services that have been mentioned - Survey
> Moodle, EvaluationKit. Has anyone had experience with any of these or
> other packages?
> Our admins are specifically looking for one that allows us to assign
> permissions to who can access the results. Admins can view all,
> Heads can view their department, Course teachers their courses, etc.
> Kendall Chun
> Director, Academic Technology
> Milton Academy
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