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How to Obtain Questionnaires for Your Class

Normally, to generate your questionnaires, you must use the Instructor Designed Questionnaire Requisition form. Photocopies of this form may not be used. Original copies of this Requisition form may be obtained without charge by contacting TSQS and asking for the IDQ Requisition form. A separate Requisition form must be completed for each different questionnaire. If several instructors wish to use the same set of questions or if the same questionnaire is to be administered to several different classes, such multiple requests may be communicated by the use of a single IDQ Requisition form along with a Class Identification Attachment.

An alternative to submitting a Requisition form is to use the Online Requisition system. This eliminates the need to send us an IDQ Requisition form and allows you to preview the questionnaire that you wish to generate. Questionnaires created using this method will normally be printed on the next business day. If you have concerns about the status of your online requisition, please contact the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (ph. 780-492-2741).

Access to this facility, IDQ Requisitions Online, is restricted to designated individuals: our regular 'IDQ contacts'. Normally, we have one 'IDQ contact' in each Department. To gain access to this system, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , (ph. 780-492-2741).

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