FSU’s Learning Systems Institute is turning 50 this year!
Founded in 1969, the Learning Systems Institute is one of the nation’s oldest and most productive university-based education research organizations. LSI strives to be an internationally recognized, university-based research and development organization that measurably improves the learning and performance of organizations and individuals.
The Learning Systems Institute at the Florida State University is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. We are hoping to connect with researchers and educators who have collaborated with LSI at any point of its life. We intend to create a short video for the 50th anniversary celebration on November 7, 2019. For this purpose, we are collecting stories, testimonies, photos, etc. Please contact Dr. Flavia Ramos-Mattoussi should you have a story to share.
LSI currently works primarily through its two centers:
- Florida Center for Research in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
A multidisciplinary research center created by the Florida Legislature and competitively awarded to Florida State University in 2007, FCR–STEM helps the State of Florida improve STEM teaching and learning in grades K-12 and prepare students for higher education and STEM careers in the 21st century.
- Center for International Studies in Educational Research & Development
CISERD works to improve learning and instruction in developing countries through educational research and development. Since 1969, the international arm of LSI has partnered with international agencies, governments, universities, and non-governmental organizations to enable and support policymakers, researchers, and educators to implement educational projects and address sustainable development goals in more than 25 countries.
C4600 University Center
Florida State University
Tallahassee FL 32306-2540