September 18, 2014 in Business (F)
[prMac.com] Tokyo, Japan - Shubiki Corporation, Japan's leading business content provider, has released a new course entitled "How to Make a Questionnaire" for its business skills application and e-learning, "BISCUE App" and "BISCUE e-Learning," for smartphones, tablets and PCs. The course is offered in 7 languages including Japanese, English, Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese and French.
When implementing a questionnaire survey, it is crucial to collect as many questionnaires as possible with real information. For this purpose, the contents of the questionnaire play an important role. If you simply list questions that you want to ask without due considerations, you will not be able to obtain answers with meaningful results.
This course is a continuation of "How to Proceed with a Questionnaire Survey" and focuses more on the practice of making a questionnaire. The multilingual courses are provided in a form of in-app purchase for "BISCUE App," and are also available in the flat-rate libraries of e-learning "BISCUE LS."
About the courses - 7 courses:
* Title: "How to Make a Questionnaire"
* Languages: Japanese, English, Chinese, Spanish, Latin American Spanish, Portugese and French
Table of Contents:
1. Procedure and Points
2. Creating a Facesheet
3. Creating Questions
4. Creating the Choices
* Multiple-choice tests and results
* Additional explanation
* Summary of the chapter
* Audio narration in each language is included
* Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.1 or higher
* Compatible with other platforms in the future
* Compatible with PC, smartphones and tablets
Located in Tokyo, Japan, Shubiki Corporation is a cross-media digital content provider of various business subjects. The content including approximately 800 pre-packaged titles are provided under the brand names of "BISCUE App" and "BISCUE e-Learning." The courses are intended for diversified users including global corporations, small and medium-sized companies, the government, public organizations, universities, and individuals. Copyright (C) Shubiki Corporation since 1993. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch, and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.