On the nav bar, click the Activities menu, then select Surveys.
On the Manage Surveys page, click New Survey.
In the General area, enter a name and attach to a category if desired.
To allow students to see Feedback, check the box to give instant feedback.
To allow students to complete the survey Anonymously, check the box to make results anonymous.
To add questions directly to the survey, click Add/Edit Questions.
Do any of the following:
To add questions from Question Library, another collection, a text file, or Learning Repository, click Import. Select an option from each of the drop-down lists and specify the resulting settings, based on your chosen options. Click Save.
If you import questions from Question Library, your survey will contain a copy of the questions, not the original questions. For more information on importing questions from Question Library, see Quizzes and Question Library.
Note: When you import questions into surveys from the Question Library, the answers, point value, and difficulty indicators are automatically removed.
To create a new question, from the New button, select the type of question you want to add. Enter the question details and click Save.
Note: Questions can be created using the end tool (i.e., Quizzes/ Surveys/ Self-Assessment) or by accessing the Question Library within these tools. Creating a question within a quiz, survey, or self-assessment means that the question will only be available to that item; creating questions within the Question Library means that any tool utilizing questions within that org unit has access to them. It is recommended to build questions in the Question Library.
Repeat the previous steps until you have added all your survey questions.
Click Done Editing Questions.
Optional: Add a Description or modify the Submission Message.If you add a Description, select On turn the Page Footer on, and enter the desired information. Learn about how to use the HTML Editor to Format Course Content. Note: The Default Submission Message is: You have successfully submitted the survey.