Research and development teams within LSI work to solve critical challenges in a wide range of areas – from finance and healthcare to sports and national security. The institute partners with organizations from around the world to develop innovations in learning and human performance.
In short, LSI teams, which include students and faculty from the College of Education, develop methods and systems to help people perform better – whatever their task or goal. LSI teams formulate and implement solutions for a wide variety of funding agencies, including government, schools, businesses, the military and others.
The Learning Systems Institute (LSI) is one of the oldest, largest and most productive university-based research and development organizations. It was founded in 1969 by College of Education professor Robert M. Morgan and is organized into five specific research centers.
For more information, visit LSI’s website.