Good news: LesLinq has expanded with two new question types:

  1. Ranking Question
  2. Open-ended question

These additions offer users more opportunities to gather and analyze data, enriching the learning and research processes.

Ranking Question

The ranking question, also known as the Rating Scale Question, is a valuable addition for quantitative research. This question type uses a Likert scale, where respondents can express their opinions on a scale from “strongly disagree” to “strongly agree.” By assigning points to each option, researchers can easily quantify and analyze the responses.

Key Features of the Ranking Question:

  • Ideal for Quantitative Research: Helps collect structured data that is easy to analyze.
  • User-Friendly: Select ‘Ranking Question’ in the question menu and input your question text and answer options.
  • Extensive Styling Options: Customize the question and other page elements to your liking.
  • Enhanced Insights: Gain insight into participants’ preferences and priorities, aiding in better decision-making.

How to Create a Ranking Question:

    • Log in to LesLinq and open a new or existing project.
    • Select “Ranking Question” from the question type menu.
    • Enter your question text and specify the answer options.
    • Save the question and integrate it into your assessment.

    Participants receive the link to the assessment via email and/or SMS. Once completed, their responses are recorded and stored.

    The results can be viewed in the report section of the project by the content creator.

    Open-ended question

    The open-ended question encourages critical thinking and deeper understanding, making learning both challenging and rewarding.

    Answer Keywords

    When creating an open-ended question, you can input ‘answer keywords.’ These keywords allow you to rate and score responses based on predefined criteria.

    Benefits of the Open-Ended Question:

    • Encourages Critical Thinking: Promotes deeper reflection and analysis.
    • Flexibility in Responses: Users can formulate their answers entirely in their own words.
    • Keywords for Scoring: By inputting keywords, responses can be automatically scored.

    Want to Learn More?

    Discover today how these new question types can enrich your research or educational materials. We’d be happy to give you a demo!

    Embrace the future of learning and research with LesLinq, where new possibilities are just a question away.