Browse our selection of downloadable templates designed for use by Duke instructors (though they are available to any and all).
We have prepared a student-centered syllabus template as an example to give you ideas and tips on some language and information that can be included in your own syllabus.
Each survey includes a Word version from which you can copy and paste questions as well as a Qualtrics file you can download and import into your Qualtrics account.
- Download the Qualtrics version (QSF file) of the template you want to use from this site. Be sure to note where your computer saves the file.
- Navigate to duke.qualtrics.com and log in to your account. If you do not already have a Duke Qualtrics account, follow these instructions to create an account.
- If you are not already on the Projects page in Qualtrics, navigate there by clicking on the XM logo in the top left corner. Click on the blue “Create new project” button on the right.
- Click Survey, then Get Started.
- Enter a name for the survey.
- Select "Import a QSF file" from the drop-down menu.
- Click Choose File to browse for your survey file on your computer.
- Click Create project.
- After clicking “Create project,” you’ll be taken to the Survey tab where you can begin editing your survey. Places where you’ll need to add your own information appear in yellow highlight in the survey.
Getting to Know Your Students
This survey collects general information from students at the beginning of the semester and provides a way for them to share information they want their professors to know about their participation in the course.
This is a validated survey to quantify student engagement with a learning experience; it is suitable for collecting feedback or for conducting research on teaching.
End-of-Class One Minute Survey
This is a 2-question survey asking students to identify topics that were particularly engaging and/or confusing following a class session.
Class Activity Evaluation
This survey collects information about how much students knew about a given topic before and after a learning experience.
Group Project Peer Evaluation
This tool allows students working in groups to provide feedback on how well their groups are working together; instructors using this template should plan for how they will address problems that students identify.
This 3-question survey asks students to provide open-ended feedback on what is working well and not-so-well in a course.
This 5-minute survey asks students to evaluate how well a course is going in several domains including pacing, content, and communication.
This survey facilitates student reflection on preparation and performance following an exam.