The university is supporting educational innovation through several plans and policies. Frequently the planning of these is top-bottom, designing services, rules, financial aid announcements, conferences and repositories. However, the most important fact of the educational innovation is the property of making dynamic, apply and exchange experience between teachers. For this objective it is required a bottom-up perspective coming from the faculty and alumni. This work uses a survey, already validated, to fix indicators associated to the development of each educational innovation project. This survey was carried out with the participants of the MOOC Applied Educational Innovation, 2nd edition, in which participants are grouped by educational sectors (university and non-university) and role (teachers and alumni). The survey had over a thousand participants and a set of variables have been rated. These variables are useful to streamline, organize and improve the policies in educational innovation.