Moodle has a few options for surveying students:
Click on the tabs to learn about each option. Click on the link below to compare the features they offer against each other. This spreadsheet also shares how other survey tools at Viterbo stack up against them.
The choice activity module enables a teacher to ask a SINGLE question and offer a selection of possible responses.
Choice results may be published after students have answered, after a certain date, or not at all. Results may be published with student names or anonymously.
A choice activity may be used
The feedback activity module enables a teacher to create a custom survey for collecting feedback from participants using a variety of question types including multiple choice, yes/no or text input. The Feedback activity works very similarly to the Questionnaire activity in Moodle with the exception that the Feedback activity cannot be a graded item (for accountability purposes).
Feedback responses may be anonymous if desired, and results may be shown to all participants or restricted to teachers only. Any feedback activities on the site front page may also be completed by non-logged-in users.
Feedback activities may be used
The questionnaire module allows you to construct surveys using a variety of question types, for the purpose of gathering data from users. The questionnaire works very similarly to the Feedback activity, with the exception that you can make the Questionnaire a grade item (for accountability purposes).
More information on setting up a questionnaire (for Moodle v3.11) from MoodleUS or UMass-Amherst.