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The Beliefs, Events, and Values Inventory (BEVI) is an assessment used at the Purdue University--West Lafayette campus to measure development of intercultural competence, critical thinking, emotional resilience, attitudes towards the environment and gender, and more.

Please check the Events tab on the CoreCollaborative International website for details about upcoming Qualifying Seminars. A significant discount is being offered for Purdue faculty and staff. To register for the next event with the discount, please email cilmar@purdue.edu.

An Overview of the BEVI

BEVI creator Craig Shealy offers this introduction to the BEVI instrument.
Katherine Yngve, Assessment Specialist, Equitable & Intercultural Learning, for Purdue University's Institutional Data Analytics + Assessment (IDA+A), offers her critique of the BEVI.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the BEVI @ Purdue

Is the BEVI a cost effective solution for large scale assessment designs?
Purdue University maintains an institutional license for unlimited administrations of the BEVI, which makes the instrument a cost-effective large scale solution in both formative (to support learning) and summative (to document learning) assessment designs.
How much will it cost someone at Purdue University to become a qualified administrator of the BEVI?
CILMAR periodically offers cost-share for participation in BEVI administrator training. With Purdue’s discount, the current fee for BEVI training is $1000.
Are there scholarships available for the BEVI training?
Scholarships are available for potential participants whose professional development funding is limited. Please contact cilmar@purdue.edu to inquire about a scholarship.