And since SurveyMonkey will only “see” your school’s public IP address, only one teacher could respond from school!
on 4/9/09 7:48 AM, Steve Jarrett wrote:
SurveyMonkey can limit one response per IP address. A problem with this approach is that it will not allow two different people to use the same computer.
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>>> Susan Monmaney <[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]> 4/9/2009 5:14 AM >>>
I'm looking for a survey tool that will only allow one response per person yet still guarantee anonymity.
As far as I can tell in Google Forms, there's no way to ensure that each respondent only answers the survey once.
SurveyMonkey's email collector allows you to send a unique link to each email, yet it also allows you to track responses by email -- thus negating the anonymity.
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