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Stanford University

A Crash Course on Creativity

Stanford University via NovoEd

Overview

n this course, Tina Seelig reveals a set of tools and conditions that we each control - our Innovation Engine - that allows us to increase our own creativity and that of our teams and organizations. She shows that just as the scientific method demystifies the process of discovery, there is a formal process for unlocking the pathway to invention.

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Tina Seelig

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3.5 rating, based on 6 reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Anonymous completed this course.


    It is a simply a promotion of Seelig's book.

    Three weekly minutes of rehashing stolen ideas.

    Good luck in trying to say it in evaluation. The

    "feedback" is either (your choice) very badly or very cleverly constructed.

    Don't waste your time. (as I did)

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous completed this course.

    The professor is extremely engaged on the forum. Not engaged in providing content in the course though. If you put a LOT of effort in it, it is worth it. If you don't, then don't waste your time. And the software platform of Venture Labs/NovoEd is a JOKE
  • Anonymous

    Anonymous completed this course.

    Great ! using very simple elements and tools you obtained a very creative & outstanding image.
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    Rita Massey

    Rita Massey completed this course, spending 3 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be easy.

    This course doesn't give any satisfaction of having learnt something different. Structure is not tight and peer activities were poor. No feed back or proper coordination for projects. Worst is the fact that there is no certificate at the end of the course!
    Pity!
  • Anonymous

    Anonymous completed this course.

    Its a mind blowing course. This course teaches us about increasing creativity level. It motivates to do things differently. Tina Seelig proves to be a great motivator.
  • Lindy M Barr-Batdorf

    Lindy M Barr-Batdorf completed this course.

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