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Campus teacher surveys

Question: My principal would like to survey teachers in our building electronically, but I have no idea how to set up a Website to do this. Is there an easy way to create an online survey? The IT Guy says: Several Websites are available which offer free and fee-based online surveys that can be created entirely
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Question: My principal would like to survey teachers in our building electronically, but I have no idea how to set up a Website to do this. Is there an easy way to create an online survey?

The IT Guy says:
Several Websites are available which offer free and fee-based online surveys that can be created entirely through a Web browser. One of the best is SurveyMonkey which permits users to create free surveys with up to 100 respondents. If you want or expect more people to reply, check into their fee-based surveys.

If you want to do surveys related to teacher technology skills, you might consider using Profiler, a free tool, or the more fully featured Profiler Pro version.

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