NDSU Group Decision Center launches Qualtrics
Distance and Continuing Education’s Group Decision Center at NDSU has announced the addition of Qualtrics, a data collection and analysis software that is North Dakota University System approved, to their services available to the community.
Brought on in cooperation with NDSU Information Technology Services, the addition of Qualtrics software at the center provides survey tools to NDSU faculty, staff and students, with the opportunity for outside agencies to also utilize the software for a fee. Qualtrics is widely used at more than 1,300 major universities and in more than half of Fortune 100 businesses.
Established in 1998, the Group Decision Center is a network of 40 laptop computers equipped with award-winning software that offers businesses, government organizations and non-profits an easy to use, high-return-on-investment way to receive quick analytical results. Using technology and skilled facilitators, the center assists with focus groups, strategic planning, problem solving, decision-making and consensus through a platform that is anonymous and simultaneous.
Visit www.ndsu.edu/gdc for more information.
NDSU is recognized as one of the nation's top 108 public and private universities by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education.