Free Market Madness?
Featured Guest: Peter Ubel, author of "Free Market Madness." Copyright 2009 Harvard Business School Publishing
Stimulating Innovation and Creativity in the Workplace - Bob Sutton (Stanford)
Robert Sutton, Co-Director of the Center for Work, Technology, and Organization at Stanford University focuses on what it takes to stimulate innovation and creativity in the workplace and relates the key points from his book "Weird Ideas that Work."
Nine Lessons Learned about Creativity at Google - Marissa Mayer (Google)
Marissa Mayer, Vice President of Search Products and User Experience at Google, shares nine lessons learned about fostering creative ideas and innovation based on her experience developing highly successful Web applications at Google.
The Literature of Crisis Course Introduction
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Literature of Crisis Syllabus
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Two quick tips to stay on top of literature and other online information using Google
Behind in the literature? Losing track of valuable web pages and information you found online? This brief video shows how to use some of Google's free tools, Notebook and Reader, to help you manage these problems. You can use Google Notebook as an online scrapbook to instantly save pieces of text, web pages and even images to your own personal notebook. You can use Google Reader to help you get on top of the literature and then stay on top without any extra effort.
Introductory MIT Courses, Writing and Literature
Selection of courses to explore Writing and Literature at MIT.
The Big Questions: Fostering creativity
Kelley Bishop, director of MSU's Career Services and Placement, talks how hands on learning sparks creativity. See how respondents answered at http://spartansagas.msu.edu/questions/10/. Answer the latest big question at http://spartansagas.msu.edu/questions.php.
A Sense of Location: The Mental Map
Students consider how mental maps of geographic landmarks can help migrating animals stay on the correct course.
What is Creativity and Creative Pedagogy? - Dr Paul Kleiman, PALATINE
Dr Kleiman offers a deep historical critique of the notion of creativity and the way that in some senses it has become kind of creed. Nobody denies the importance of creativity, but nobody can agree what it is and where it comes from. He goes onto to discuss a wide range of conceptions of creativity, from those based on psychological theories of the mind to those rooted in philosophy and cultural. The presentation ends with Dr Kleiman sharing some research that he has conducted on academics and
Youth mental health: Is anybody listening? National Health Reform series
In the fourth of the National Health Reform Series at The Australian National University, a panel of experts discuss the issue of youth mental health. The panellists are Professor Patrick McGorry, Professor Ian Hickie, Professor Helen Christensen, Robert Wells and Carla Frost. The event is moderated by Julie McCrossin. This video was recorded at The Australian National University on 28 July 2010. For more about the National Health Reform Series visit: http://www.anu.edu.au/aphcri/national_healt
Part 2 - Using popular media to teach language and literature
Part 2 - Using popular media to teach language and literature
6 The relations among mental phenomena There is no escaping the fact that want of sympathy condemns us to a corresponding stupidity. Mephistopheles thrown upon real life, and obliged to manage his own plots, would inevitably make blunders. (George Eliot, Adam Bede) We have seen that it seems natural to say that while it is possible for machines and angels to have intellects superior to ours, it is also natural to say that
There is no escaping the fact that want of sympathy condemns us to a corresponding stupidity. Mephistopheles thrown upon real life, and obliged to manage his own plots, would inevitably make blunders.
(George Eliot, Adam Bede)
We have seen that it seems natural to say that while it is possible for machines and angels to have intellects superior to ours, it is also natural to say that
New Testament History and Literature - Yale University
This course by Professor Dale Martin provides a historical study of the origins of Christianity by analyzing the literature of the earliest Christian movements in historical context, concentrating on the New Testament. Although theological themes will occupy much of our attention, the course does not attempt a theological appropriation of the New Testament as scripture. Rather, the importance of the New Testament and other early Christian documents as ancient literature and as sources for histor
Growth strategies for start-ups: References, and further literature
Global Text Project
Creativity and Collaboration in the Digital Age
In a panel moderated by James Paradis, five former Comparative Media Studies (CMS) students discuss their personal experiences within the CMS program and the impact it has had on their understanding, interpretation, and implementation of creativity in the digital age.
Creativity may be perceived, traditionally, as
The history education network (THEN/HiER)
The History Education Network/Histoire et Éducation en Réseau (THEN/HiER) is an award-winning bilingual site dedicated to the study of history at various levels of education in Canada. Produced through a collaboration among professional academics, public museum professionals and educational curriculum policy makers, THEN/HiER has several sections: News and Resources; Research; Practice; Curriculum and Advocacy; and Make your Voice Heard. The news section provides the latest updates on resour
Literature Games: Find the Authors
Play a game and find out about a Nobel Prize awarded discovery or work! Among hundreds of letters, the names of Literature Laureates are hidden. Pick a period and search for the authors mentioned on the list beside the puzzle. The names may be written in all directions. When you've found a name, mark ...
Humor, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship
This course is designed for the student who likes to live on the edge. It is about a way of thinking, living, and working. We will integrate humor, creativity, and entrepreneurship into this course. The course will challenge some of your current beliefs and philosophies concerning how people live and work in organizations. The course emphasizes humor, creativity, and entrepreneurship as a way of life. The course is designed to help students use humor, creativity, and entrepreneurship in their ow
The Literature Review Survival Guide
A guide to the purpose of a literature review and how to go about compiling a literature review. Bookshelves image by quinnanya shared by a CC BY 20