The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design at Georgia Tech promises to be a flexible, multi-use academic space as well as the most environmentally advanced educational and research building in the Southeast. In this case study, learn about what it means for the Kendeda Building to receive certification as a “living building.” Serve-Learn-Sustain interprets sustainable communities as integrated systems, wherein environment, economy, and society all inform each other. As you read this case study, consider these terms as discrete factors, but also as connected. 

  1. Create a numbered list...

Start by listing each document on a separate line then selecting the entire line and clicking the link icon in the toolbar (the one WITHOUT the plus). Select 'Browse Server' then navigate to documents > Toolkit-Docs and choose the correct folder to upload your tool into and then insert the file. Finally, with the entire link selected go to the 'Styles' dropdown in the toolbar above and scroll down to add the relevant PDF/Word/Excel/PowerPoint icon.

Create a bulleted list for any other materials that do not need to be downloaded...

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