ANU Polling Online (APOLLO)

» Login to APOLLO via ANUBIS

APOLLO (which can be accessed through ANUBIS) is a free service—available for all ANU staff members—that allows users to easily create and conduct web-based online polls (such as surveys, ballots, exams or forms) without having to necessarily know anything about programming or databases.

APOLLO also comes with a complete set of tools and reports that allow for the analysis of poll results (including exports to SPSS). All aspects of APOLLO can be done via the web, so there is no need to install any specific software on any device.

The following polls have been built using APOLLO as a demonstration of what the service can do.

Requesting access

APOLLO is divided into areas, which may have one or more polls. Staff members are given access to areas, not specific polls.

There may already be one or more areas for your workgroup. Ask your departmental administration or IT support if they have an area created. Each area has owners, who have permission to add other poll editors.

If you are a poll owner, you can update APOLLO access by the following the instructions for Adding Poll Editors (PDF, 118KB).

If your workgroup does not have a poll area, or if you would like an additional poll area created, log a job with the ANU Service Desk.

Training and help

Training is available via the following online modules. You can complete these at your own desk (even if you do not have access to APOLLO).

Once you have access to APOLLO, help is available from the ? icon in the top right corner of each screen.

The APOLLO User Guide (PDF, 751KB) is also available, and contains an overview of APOLLO’s capabilities and details instructions for using it.

For additional help and support, please contact the ANU Service Desk.

Updated:  14 April 2014/ Responsible Officer:  Chief Information Officer/ Page Contact:  IT Services