The 2019 campaign

The campaign started on the 20st of September 2019. Below is the progress bar so far.

40%

The target is $3000 (roughly £2400 or €2710).

Collected so far: $1215. That means, still $1785 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. It is also used in other fields, in particular in psycholinguists and various social sciences.

In order to make sure the website can be run and in order to make sure you get the same great support as before, please support this website!

Note that many new features are added each year, and this would not have been possible without user support.

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

  • "Thank you so much for designing PsyToolkit and making it available for free. It is an invaluable resource for which I am very grateful!"

  • "I am enjoying using the psytoolkit system as the tutorials and lessons are very comprehensive."

  • "Thank you for making Psytoolkit available and maintaining it!"

  • "Thank you so much for all the hard work."

  • "Thanks for the creation, maintenance, and free accessibility of PsyToolkit!"

  • "Thank you very much again for all your hard work and great contribution to the field."

  • "thank you for your super fast response!"

  • "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."

  • "Great software! Thank you very much for keeping it free!"

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 immediately 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

Juan Sebastian Gomez

Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Spain

16 Oct 2019

$13

Name

Institution*

Country

When

How much

Frank Durgin

Swarthmore University

USA

20 Sept 2019

$100

Dominic Guitard

Université de Moncton

Canada

21 Sept 2019

$25

?

Victoria University of Wellington

New Zealand

23 Sept 2019

$6

Xiangqian Li

Fudan University

China

26 Sept 2019

$37

Shauna O’Brien

Arden University

U.K.

26 Sept 2019

$13

Seon Caimbeul

University of the Highlands and Islands

U.K.

29 Sept 2019

$31

Jason Tipples

Leeds Beckett University

U.K.

1 Oct 2019

$13

James Katungyi

Carnegie Mellon University

USA

4 Oct 2019

$25

Yasumasa Shigenaga

Earlham College

USA

7 Oct 2019

$37

Валуева Екатерина

Institute of Psychology of Russian Academy of Sciences

Russia

8 Oct 2019

$24

Estíbaliz Royuela

University of Deusto

Spain

10 Oct 2019

$14

Juergen Birklbauer

University of Salzburg

Austria

10 Oct 2019

$63

Marina Shirkina-Lieber

York University

Canada

11 Oct 2019

$19

Andre Szameitat

Brunel University

U.K.

11 Oct 2019

$19

Benoite Aubé

University of Paris

France

11 Oct 2019

$34

Argiro Vatakis

Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences

Greece

11 Oct 2019

$13

Hrvoje Marin

?

Croatia

11 Oct 2019

$2

Jennifer Bastart

Université Catholique de Louvain

Belgium

11 Oct 2019

$26

PsychCentral

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USA

11 Oct 2019

$127

Ethan Weed

Aarhus University

Denmark

11 Oct 2019

$13

Sau-Chin Chen 陳紹慶

Tzu-Chi University

Taiwan

11 Oct 2019

$4

Boyko Bentchev

Open University

U.K.

11 Oct 2019

$64

Mija Van Der Wege

Carlton University

USA

11 Oct 2019

$32

Alessandro Rodolico

University of Catania

Italy

12 Oct 2019

$7

Simran Sidhu

University of Adelaide

Australia

12 Oct 2019

$32

?

?

USA

12 Oct 2019

$254

Evgeniya Hristova

New Bulgarian University

Bulgaria

12 Oct 2019

$19

Simon Buechner

University of Freiburg

Germany

14 Oct 2019

$51

Victoria Wright

Aberystwyth University

U.K.

14 Oct 2019

$26

Xenia Schmalz

Ludwig Maximilians Universität (Munich)

Germany

14 Oct 2019

$26

Sunu Bagaskara

Universitas Yarsi

Indonesia

15 Oct 2019

$6

Steven Haase

Shippensburg University

USA

15 Oct 2019

$40

* 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 "?".