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 CITC Data Management Services

By JoAnn Luksich, Data Management Coordinator

Welcome back Professors! CITC’s Data Management department is here to make your fall semester easier!  We continue to provide Exam Grading as well as a few new services!

Visit our Website:  You can now download exam and evaluation work order  forms needed as well as submit a Remedy ticket for research projects: 

Our Services:

1.  Exam Grading/Analysis:  NCS Forms 4521 & Self-Score 106273.  Exams can be processed within 15 minutes while you wait, or you can drop off and have results e-mailed for your convenience.   Analyses’ include Detailed Item Analysis,  Frequency Distribution, and General Test Analysis (indicates which question(s) missed most).  

2. Departmental Course Evaluation Processing:  Departmental evaluations processed using NCS scantrons.  Reports are produced using customized SAS programs, and delivered electronically in Excel and text format. 

3.  Research Projects:   Key-Entry of survey or research projects (grad student dissertation research allowed!) into a custom data file, ready for analysis. 

4.  NEW - Scannable Form Design: Customized survey or evaluation “bubble” forms created using any current form, or just a new idea!   Our service includes scanning the completed forms into a data file, ready for analysis, quick and easy!  For more information on this service:

Hours and Location 

Data Management Services is located in the Information Science Building (ISB), Room 140 at the north entrance. Our hours are Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. and  YES, we’re open through lunch!


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