What the BEVI tells us about the difference that identity makes in online versus face to face classes

By Shalyse I Iseminger

Purdue University

Dr. Shalyse Iseminger discusses the difference that identity makes in online versus face to face classes.

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Dr. Shalyse Iseminger discusses the difference that identity makes in online versus face to face classes. Dr. Iseminger presents comparative data from the BEVI (the Beliefs, Events, and Values Inventory) collected at the beginning and end of several semesters of AGR 201: Communicating Across Cultures, a course designed by Dr. Pamala Morris, Assistant Dean in the College of Agriculture. These data illustrate that the identity of students matters to their educational experiences and provide insights into how students from different environments may thrive or struggle more in different classroom modalities.

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