Information Resources

TechQual+ Information Technology Survey

What is this survey?

The TechQual+ Information Technology Survey is an annual survey of faculty and staff perceptions of information technology sponsored by the Higher Education TechQual+ Project(opens in new window) (a researcher at Texas A&M and the University of Georgia). CSU, Chico has been participating in the TechQual+ Survey since 2013.

When is the survey available?

The survey will be available to all CSU, Chico faculty and staff from October 30th through November 20th, 2017.

How do I access the survey?

Between October 30th and November 20th, you can come to this page to take the survey, or log into your CSU, Chico Portal(opens in new window) account. A link to the survey will appear on the "Faculty Home" and "Staff Home" tabs.

Is this survey legit?

Yes, the survey is sponsored by the Higher Education TechQual+ Project(opens in new window) and presented by Information Resources(opens in new window) at CSU, Chico. Your answers to the survey are anonymous.

Why should I take the survey?

CSU, Chico is committed to continually improving the IT services provided to students, faculty, and staff. Your input is vital in helping us better understand the IT needs of faculty and staff on campus, and guides us in improving the IT services we provide to campus.

How will the results of the survey be used?

The results of the survey will be used in a number of ways. First, the data we collect will be used to compare faculty and staff perceptions of technology in previous years so that we can identify trends and patterns. Second, the data will help us determine how good a job we are doing in providing IT services, and if there have been any improvements or declines since the last survey.

This data will help us identify and prioritize IT projects and service improvements so that we may better serve the faculty and staff of CSU, Chico.

You can view a summary of the 2017 survey data (PDF) here.

How is my privacy protected?

TechQual+ and CSU, Chico collect no personally identifiable information from the TechQual+ Information Technology Survey. The data provided to CSU, Chico from the survey is anonymous.