How to Build Your Own Surveys in Baseline

How to Build Your Own Surveys in Baseline Mary Odden
  • Baseline Series

Date: Feb 11, 2014 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

Skill Level: Intermediate

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This webinar will teach you how to create and administer surveys on your own in Baseline. We will also go over best-practices for each type and creative ways to use the Builder Tools. Note: Not all Baseline users have access to build their own surveys. Contact us if you are unsure if this webinar is right for you.

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John-Michael Roehm, Coordinator, Center for Student Organizations, Auburn University
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