University of Wisconsin–Madison

DoIT Computing Surveys

The UW-Madison Computing Surveys are created and implemented annually by the Division of Information Technology (DoIT). The purpose is to monitor trends in information technology, gauge usage of DoIT’s products and services, and to gather feedback on ways to improve those products and services. See detailed results from 2011 – 2015:

2016

DoIT 2016 Faculty/Staff and Student Computing Survey Report (PDF)

2015

DoIT 2015 Computing Survey: Faculty Attitudes, Opinions and Usage (web page)

DoIT 2015 Computing Survey: Faculty Attitudes, Opinions and Usage (PDF)

DoIT 2015 Computing Survey: Student Attitudes, Opinions and Usage (web page)

DoIT 2015 Computing Survey: Student Attitudes, Opinions and Usage (PDF)

2014

DoIT 2014 Computing Survey: Faculty Attitudes, Opinions and Usage (web page)

DoIT 2014 Computing Survey: Faculty Attitudes, Opinions and Usage (PDF)

DoIT 2014 Computing Survey: Student Attitudes, Opinions and Usage (web page)

DoIT 2014 Computing Survey: Student Attitudes, Opinions and Usage (PDF)

2013

UW-Madison Faculty/Staff and Student Computing Survey Report (web page)

ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Technology (PDF)

2012

UW-Madison Faculty/Staff Computing Survey (web page)

UW-Madison Faculty/Staff Computing Survey (PDF)

UW-Madison Student Computing Survey (web page)

UW-Madison Student Computing Survey (PDF)

2011

UW-Madison Faculty/Staff Computing Survey (web page)

UW-Madison Faculty/Staff Computing Survey (PDF)

UW-Madison Student Computing Survey (web page)

UW-Madison Student Computing Survey (PDF)