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Guidance for online recruitment

Here are a few documents that provide additional guidance for online recruitment. If you’re a psychology student, please note that these documents are meant to be used as an addition to the online recruitment workshop that you would have attended.

Getting started Summary of key
functions for those
who have already
attended the workshop.

Download Getting Started guide

(mobile-friendly: Getting Started)

Question types Overview
of all question types
that can be created
with Qualtrics

Download Question Types guide

(mobile-friendly: Question Types)

Detailed Question Types guide
Uploading graphics
to surveys
How to upload images,
audio, and video files to your surveys

Download Graphics guide

(mobile-friendly: Graphics guide)

Detailed Graphics guide
Hot spot questions How to create hot
spot questions
in your survey

Download Hot Spot guide

(mobile friendly: Hot Spot guide)

Detailed Hot Spot guide
Heat map questions How to create heat
maps in your survey

Download Heat Map guide

(mobile friendly: Heat map guide)

Detailed Heat Map guide
Timing questions How to record click
times and submission
times in your survey

Download Timing guide 

(mobile friendly: timing questions)

Detailed Timing guide
Randomisation How to randomise
answer choices,
questions, and blocks

Download Randomisation guide

(mobile-friendly: Randomisation guide)

Detailed Randomisation guide
Importing survey data to SPSS How to get your data
from Qualtrics to SPSS

Download Importing to SPSS guide

(mobile-friendly: importing to SPSS guide)

Guide for supervisors Collaborating
with students and
approving studies

Download guide for supervisors

(mobile friendly: guide for supervisors)

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RECRUITING ONLINE

Qualtrics is an easy to use web-based survey tool to conduct survey research and other data collection research. It can be used for simple Likert type responses as well as free text questions, what’s more it has the ability to ask more complex questions, do all sorts of randomisation and present a wide range of stimuli such as images and videos.  Qualtrics is easy to use to build surveys, distribute surveys and analyse responses – all from any online location, any time you need!

Psychology students recruiting participants online must use Qualtrics when they reach their final year.

Level 4 and Level 5 psychology students must complete 2 online studies and earn at least 10 Research Points from taking part in face to face studies per year before they can use Qualtrics or SONA for their dissertation in Level 6. This gives students really valuable experience of participating in studies, and enables dissertation students reach ambitious  recruitment targets. Dissertation students  award 1 Research Point for every online survey participants complete. Members of the public can also participate.

For… dissertation students new to Qualtrics who want to create a survey and recruit

You will gain access to your Qualtrics account when you attend one of the dissertation workshops for online recruitment. Look out for an e-mail about these workshops in the first semester. Your study won’t go live until you request approval from your supervisor, so please feel free to experiment as soon as you have your account. Qualtrics is easy to use, and you can put your study up yourself with no help if you’d prefer. Guidance will appear here in due course.

Log in to Qualtrics.

For… Level 4,5 and 6 psychology students who want to participate

You can start participating in online studies at any time. You must earn 10 Research Points per year from participating in face to face studies.  2 of these must be from online surveys; you receive 1 Research Point for every survey you complete. All psychology students are strongly encouraged to take part in as many studies as they can, as they will be helping dissertation students and gaining insight that will definitely help when it comes to dissertation time and thinking about a career! A prize for the Level 4 and Level 5 student participating in the most studies will be awarded at the next BUDS conference.

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For… Anybody else who wants to participate in psychology studies: 

Anybody can participate in studies, not just students. You can participate by clicking on the link provided with each study. If you find a study interesting, feel free to share it on social media or send it to friends to help the researchers reach their recruitment numbers.

See available studies.

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