Making An Impact For 53 Years

Since 1969, LSI has delivered systems that measurably improve the learning and performance of organizations and individuals here in Florida and globally.

The Learning Systems Institute (LSI) at Florida State University is at the forefront of developing innovative solutions that bridge theory and practice in education. Our experts’ advanced research not only provides state-of-the-art methods but also a clear path for implementation. For more than 50 years, LSI has delivered systems that measurably improve the learning and performance of organizations and individuals here in Florida and across the world.

"Young students in a classroom in Zambia sitting on the floor. There are two techers sitting behind the children working and an educator standing at the door at the front of the room"

Our Mission

It is our mission to improve learning and human performance globally, with expertise in STEM Education, Literacy, Higher Education Capacity Building, Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation, Teacher Training/Learning, Policy and Standards, Instructional Design & Curriculum Development, Education Technology, and Inclusive Education utilizing innovative approaches and implementation techniques.

Our Vision

LSI is dedicated to conducting research and developing instructional and non-instructional interventions to improve performance. Our efforts focus on how individuals and organizations perform complex tasks and how we can help them achieve their performance goals. Our analytical approach is systemic, and our solutions are interdisciplinary, incorporating cognitive and educational psychology as well as instructional and information technology.

Our Vision

LSI is dedicated to conducting research and developing instructional and non-instructional interventions to improve performance. Our efforts focus on how individuals and organizations perform complex tasks and how we can help them achieve their performance goals. Our analytical approach is systemic, and our solutions are interdisciplinary, incorporating cognitive and educational psychology as well as instructional and information technology.

“At USAID we have a passion for education and high hopes for its future in Nigeria. In that spirit, this partnership (with LSI and FSU) played a critical role in ensuring the next generation of Nigerian children is equipped with the reading skills that will serve as the basis for a lifetime of learning.”

USAID Nigeria Mission Director Stephen M. Haykin

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