Client:Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia
Location :Atlanta, Georgia
Budget :$950,000
Architect :Collins Cooper Carusi Architects
Completion :July 2016

Georgia State University Center for Instructional Innovation

The Center for Instructional Innovation (CII) promotes cutting-edge learning theory and practice. It supports evidence-based learning initiatives, innovative teaching practices, and faculty in search of better ways to do things. Work included demolition, mechanical, electrical, data cabling, fire alarm, glass, doors and hardware, and interior finishes. The renovated CII provided a center for technology training, instructional design, instructional content development, application of emerging instructional technology, and application of new instruction space design. The CII includes space for consulting, training, demonstration space, and a recording booth for course content, as well as staff offices and support spaces.

This project was located in the Library South Building on the first floor and included two existing suites and some common corridor space and was adjacent to a heavily used classroom. Alternating the circulation of the building on the first floor was considered to provide a new entrance directly along Decatur Street in to the building, while reclaiming another existing corridor as space for the new suite.