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Novi Survey

 
 
The University offers students the use of Novi, a web-based survey application to facilitate the gathering and analysis of data from different audiences, both on and off campus.
 
 
Novi is hosted on University resources which is far more secure and reliable than other free utilities available on the internet and supports the needs of the University Research Integrity Committee.
 
 

Terms of Use and Ethical Considerations

You should discuss your research proposal with your programme leader or research supervisor before you request access to Novi, as all surveys need to be given ethical approval before you can access the software.  
 
The University Research Integrity website provides information on research ethics, and this flow chart gives guidelines on the full process.  
 
You must also comply with the guidance on the use of Novi and the following University policies, codes and guidance:
This flowchart explains how ethical misconduct incidents will be managed.
 
 

Accessing Novi


Once ethical approval is granted you should complete the Access to Novi Form via UniDesk Self Service (you will need to log in if accessing off campus).   
 
You are required to attach a statement from your supervisor before we can grant access to Novi Survey.
 
You will then be given access to log in to Novi Survey.
 
 

Using Novi

 
The NOVI Survey Support course in Moodle provides a range of resources to support students and staff in the use of NOVI survey for gathering and analysing data from different audiences, both on and off campus.
 
The course is available for anyone at the University to self-enrol, and a course forum is actively monitored for questions and comments.
Novi Moodle Block  
 
 

Frequently Asked Questions

 
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