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Wise.NET and SurveyMonkey: Surveys for Students Made Easy

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Wise.NET and SurveyMonkey: Surveys for Students Made Easy

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Being an educational administrator is hard work, and hard work deserves to be rewarded. To help make your student surveying a bit easier, SurveyMonkey has teamed up with Wise.NET, an education management platform. Wise.NET helps vocational and enterprise educators across Australia, New Zealand and Singapore track progress of their students.

With the power of Wise.NET’s core Learner Management application and its integration with SurveyMonkey, you can now distribute surveys to your learner population in just a couple clicks of your mouse. As a Wise.NET customer, all you’ll need to do is connect your Wise.NET and SurveyMonkey accounts to get your student surveys going. What was once a time-consuming process of copying and pasting email lists can now be done in minutes!

In Australia, the AQTF Learner and Employee Surveys can be deployed directly from within your Wise.NET account. When it’s time to review your responses, all you have to do is click the Analysis button, and you will be taken directly to your Analyze page in SurveyMonkey.

And the best part? This integration comes to you at no extra charge. You’ll now be able to get all the valuable feedback you need from your community, with advanced analysis features right at your finger tips.

To get a full overview of how the Wise.NET and SurveyMonkey integration works, take a peek at the step-by-step video:

A big Thank You goes out to the entire Wise.NET team for executing on a fantastic new integration!

Ready to integrate with us? Head on over to our developer portal today and as always, be sure to leave us your questions and thoughts below.

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  • abderrahim

    j’aime suivre…..

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