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Our mission is to advance excellence in learning through collaboration with faculty, staff, and students. As a team with diverse talents, we are committed to a philosophy rooted in experiential learning, technology-enhanced teaching, and best practices in instructional design.

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Faculty Resources 

CII strives to provide resources designed to enhance courses development  and support faculty development. Explore our site and our resources section to see all that CII has to offer. Learn More

How Can We Help You?

Here are the most common project requests we receive from faculty


Create a New Course

Through one-on-one consultations, our instructional designers will help you create your face-to-face, hybrid or online course.

Put a Course Online

Our instructional designers will work with you to transition your face-to-face or hybrid course to the online environment.

Get Started as a New Faculty

Starting a new faculty position can be overwhelming, but we are here to make this change easier for you.

Choose the Right Tech for a Course

We can help you select the right university-approved educational technologies for your course.

Create an Innovative Element for a Course

Our instructional and multimedia designers will work with you to brainstorm, design and develop innovative elements for your courses.

Increase Student Engagement

Full engagement only happens when students are engaged with the content, with other students, and with you, the instructor.

Design & Print a Poster

Our technical illustrator will work with you to improve your research poster and optimizing the quality of your prints.

Academic Technology Support

ISS can help you with implementation or questions about instructional technology systems.

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Our Services

From short consultations to year-long projects, our instructional and multimedia designers can help faculty create memorable learning experiences for our students



Let our instructional designers help you design, develop and improve your course.

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Innovation News

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A bold advocate for student success: Augusta University’s director of First and Second Year Experiences honored nationally

“My mom used to tell me that I needed to stay green. And what she meant by that is to always have a growth mindset, always be growing and trying to improve. Every single program we have put on has been because a student has said 'I need this' or 'I would like to know more about that,'” said Beth Huggins, PhD.

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Augusta University awards Converge grants to four collaborative research projects focused on rural health

Neil J. MacKinnon, PhD, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Augusta University, and Zach Kelehear, EdD, vice provost for instruction, announced this week that four collaborative research projects stemming from the Converge International Rural Health Symposium will each be awarded $10,000 grants this year.

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Augusta University announces new associate provost for Faculty Affairs

Augusta University has announced Karen J. Head, PhD, will become the next associate provost for Faculty Affairs, assuming her post July 1.

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MacKinnon announces new Provost’s Learning Scholars Program

“It is important for faculty members to continue to develop their craft, and by encouraging these intentional interactions, we can help Augusta University continue to evolve with the changing landscapes of higher education,” said Provost Neil J. MacKinnon, PhD.

Teaching Excellence Awards

The Augusta University Teaching Excellence Awards are designed to recognize the excellence of Augusta University educators and educational programs and to select nominees for the University System of Georgia Regents Teaching Excellence Awards program. All winners of the Augusta University awards will move forward as the university’s nominees for the Regents awards.

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