Surveys are an effective way for businesses and organizations to quickly gather information about their clients, customers, or employees. The ARC understands the importance of working closely with clients to develop an effective survey. This process of collaboration and client feedback ensures questions will be answered. We specialize in developing custom surveys, distributing surveys, collecting data electronically, and analyzing the results. The ARC is passionate about helping organizations collect, analyze, and understand data to make meaningful data-driven decisions.
The ARC regularly works with leading online survey tools including Google Forms, SurveyMonkey, and Qualtrics. Surveys can be administered using a general web link or with a customized email invitation. These web-based tools allow us to efficiently administer surveys and quickly generate reports. We also understand the importance of confidentiality and will ensure your data will not be shared with third parties.
Recent Survey Development Projects
INTERFACE Progress Survey
A benchmarking survey was developed and administered annually for a 3 year federal grant project. This survey allowed stakeholders to provide ratings on project progress, successes, areas of improvement, and project impact. This survey was distributed electronically to individuals via email at all 16 Wisconsin Technical Colleges.
UW-Stout Campus Carbon Calculator Commuter Survey
This complex survey was developed in collaboration with the UW-Stout Sustainability Office to assess student, faculty, and staff’s commuting habits to and from campus. The information gathered allowed UW-Stout to assess their campus carbon footprint and develop strategies to lower greenhouse gas emissions.
Worksite Wellness Summit Satisfaction Survey
Oneida County (WI) Health Department hosted a worksite wellness summit for local businesses. The ARC developed a short satisfaction survey to measure the usefulness of the variety of sessions, lessons learned, plans for worksite wellness, and overall satisfaction.
A survey was developed and administered to acquire feedback on the effectiveness of the Digital Learning Environment and the eStout program at UW-Stout. The survey will ask questions about individuals experience and satisfaction with the laptop program.
Arts Integration in Menomonie (AIM) Longitudinal Survey
The ARC collaborated with AIM stakeholders to create pre and post surveys for current elementary art teachers, pre-service art teachers, and student interns to measure their knowledge, mindfulness, preparedness, confidence, and competence for integrating arts into the classroom. A longitudinal survey was also created to track teachers ongoing use of arts in K-5 the classroom and the impact of the arts integration programming on teacher retention.