The 2018 campaign

The campaign started on the 2nd of November 2018. Below is the progress bar so far.

48%

The target is $2500 (roughly £2000 or €2200).

Collected so far: $1200. That means, still $1300 to go. If PsyToolkit helps you, can you make a contribution, please?

Why funding is needed

PsyToolkit is a completely free to use resource for psychologists. Most of the users are psychology students, professors, teaching assistants, and researchers. PsyToolkit is frequently used in research and teaching. Because it is free to use, it is easy to access, and you do not need to be bothered about licenses. Also, it is free of advertisements. It is just there, hassle free!

PsyToolkit is the only free web site that allows you to easily make online surveys with embedded experiments!

The project costs considerable time and also money. For example, the PsyToolkit server runs in a professional data center, and various costs are made for back up and some other resources needed for coding.

What people say about PsyToolkit

  • "As a graduate student, PsyToolKit has been incredibly useful and an amazing resource. I don’t know what I would have done without it. Thanks so much!"

  • "Thank you for running such a great resource it helped me so much with my dissertation."

  • "Your Psytoolkit is so helpful! My PhD project would probably collapsed without it!"

  • "The project is great! Very helpful."

  • "I just wanted to tell you how pleased I was with PsyToolKit in my class today…​PsyToolKit came through as a very good learning experience. In general, the students were able to solve the little problems that arose with compiling the surveys by themselves, not needing me to spoon feed them…​This was a very positive first experience for all of them with building a computerized, functional study. They left smiling."

  • "I would also like to take advantage of this email to tell you how useful and powerful I find PsyToolkit to be. As I mentioned earlier, it is the first time I use it…​ and it has been such a pleasant discovery!"

  • "Thanks so much for offering this tool; I wouldn’t be able to do my thesis work without it."

How to make a donation

It is very easy! Donations need to be made via PayPal. You can pay via a PayPal account, or more simply with your debit or credit card. Click the yellow donate image below and this will takes you to the PayPal website which handles the donations.

Please note that this page will be updated regularly. Thus, your name will not be listed immedeately when you make the donation, but typically on the same day (I add the names manually).

You can let me know via email if you wish to make your donation anonymously.

Donations made so far for this campaign

Total

$1200

Name

Institution*

Country

When

How much

Ivan Jimenez

Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts, Helsinki

Finland

17 Nov 2018

$45

Heather Dial

University of Texas at Austin

USA

15 Nov 2018

$13

Jason Tipples

Leeds Beckett University

UK

14 Nov 2018

$13

Juha Lahnakoski

Max Planck Society

Germany

14 Nov 2018

$20

Daniel Strissel

Northern Illinois University

USA

13 Nov 2018

$26

Dominic Guitard

Université de Moncton

Canada

13 Nov 2018

$26

Melanie Jonas

Fachhochschule des Mittelstands (FHM), Cologne

Germany

12 Nov 2018

$20

Ekaterina Valueva

Institute of Psychology of Russian Academy of Sciences

Rusia

12 Nov 2018

$20

Rebecca Judges

University of Toronto

Canada

11 Nov 2018

$13

Frank Durgin

Durgin Lab at Swarthmore University

USA

11 Nov 2018

$52

?

?

USA

9 Nov 2018

$11

Pedro Javier López Pérez

Universidad de Málaga

Spain

9 Nov 2018

$33

Aki E Kuitunen

?

Finland

9 Nov 2018

$65

David Washburn

Georgia State University

USA

8 Nov 2018

$51

Andreas Lieberoth

Aarhus University

Denmark

8 Nov 2018

$33

Lim Chun Hui

National University of Singapore

Singapore

8 Nov 2018

$23

Ben Freer

Fairleigh Dickinson University

USA

7 Nov 2018

$66

Joe Shachaf

?

Israel

7 Nov 2018

$98

Benoite Aubé

Université Catholique de Louvain

Belgium

7 Nov 2018

$40

Sau-Chin Chen

Tzu Chi University

Taiwan

7 Nov 2018

$27

Bingxin Li

University of Glasgow

UK

7 Nov 2018

$20

Ariana Familiar

University of Pennsylvania

USA

7 Nov 2018

$53

Steven Haase

Shippensburg University

USA

6 Nov 2018

$30

Michelle Carr

Rochester University

USA

6 Nov 2018

$27

Robert Taylor

University of Gloustershire

UK

6 Nov 2018

$14

Jennifer Larson Hall

University of Kitakyushu

Japan

6 Nov 2018

$89

Jonathan Kim

?

New Zealand

06 Nov 2018

$27

Javier Marín-Serrano

University of Murcia

Spain

6 Nov 2018

$14

Yinliang Li

Fudan University

China

05 Nov 2018

$40

Leung Wai Tung

Nanyang Technological University

Singapore

5 Nov 2018

$20

John McKeon

Trinity College Dublin

Ireland

5 Nov 2018

$53

Marlene Bönstrup

?

USA

03 Nov 2018

$39

Marie Dokovova

Queen Margeret University

UK

3 Nov 2018

$13

Teresa Miguez

University of Louisiana at Lafayette

USA

3 Nov 2018

$20

Carlos Vazquez

University of Sydney Business School

Australia

3 Nov 2018

$33

Jorge Salamanca

Georgia State University

USA

2 Nov 2018

$13

* Donations are made by the individuals, not their institutions. Institutions are merely listed to given an indication where PsyToolkit is used.

Note that some people wanted to be anonymous, indicated by a "?".