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Articles of Interest August 15, 2014

August 15, 2014 in Blog Post | Comments (0)

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QUOTE(S) OF THE WEEK

 

“Live out of your imagination, not your history.” – Stephen Covey

 

“Blinding ignorance does mislead us. O! Wretched mortals, open your eyes!” – Leonardo da Vinci

 

“Only the curious will learn and only the resolute overcome the obstacles to learning. The quest quotient has always excited me more than the intelligence quotient.” – Eugene S. Wilson

 

“If there is a sense of reality, there must also be a sense of possibility.” – Robert Musil

 

“A new idea is delicate. It can be killed by a sneer or a yawn; it can be stabbed to death by a joke or worried to death by a frown on the right person’s brow.” – Charles Brower

 

“Teachers started recognizing me and praising me for being smart in science and that made me want to be even smarter in science!” – Steve Wozniak

 

“There is something fascinating about science. One gets such wholesale returns of conjecture out of such a trifling investment of fact.” – Mark Twain

 

“Attempt easy tasks as if they were difficult, and difficult as if they were easy; in the one case that confidence may not fall asleep, in the other that it may not be dismayed.” – Baltasar Gracian

 

 

VIDEO(S) OF THE WEEK

 

Essential Tremor: Minnesota Orchestra Concertmaster John Frisch Plays Violin During Brain Surgery [VIDEO]
Classicalite

What can the Western education system learn from the developing world?
TED Blog

 

 

FEATURED EVENT

 

NEW Arts & Human Development Task Force August 2014 Webinar
National Endowment for the Arts
August 27

 

NEW Creativity Matters: A Community Conversation
91.5 KIOS-FM
August 27

 

Join The Resistance Against The Status Quo
Innovation Excellence

August 28

 

Seeing / Sounding / Sensing | CAST Symposium
MIT

September 26 – 27

 

Creative Minds in Medicine Conference
Culture Forward

October 29 – 30

 

CreativeMornings | a monthly breakfast lecture series
CreativeMornings

Various

 

 

ARTICLES OF INTEREST

 

Science Continues To Show Us How To Be More Creative
Forbes

 

The Secret Weapon Of The Most Inventive Minds
Forbes

 

South Korea Baseball Team Develops Robots for Fans Unable to Attend
PSFK

 

Spark’s new science playground gives brain a workout
Calgary Herald

 

A Few Short Rules on Being Creative | Thierry Dufay
The Huffington Post

 

Amazon Vs. Hachette: What Would Orwell Think?
The New Yorker

 

Why the Public Library Beats Amazon—for Now
Wall Street Journal

 

5 Women In Tech Share The Best And Worst Advice They’ve Ever Received
Fast Company

 

Multicultural Teamwork: Accommodate Multiple Perspectives
INSEAD Knowledge

 

There Are Three Roadblocks To Innovation — Do A Walkabout To Find Yours
Forbes

 

Entrepreneurship Index shows Prairie catching up
Silicon Prairie News

 

Are Cities Our New Economic Engines?
Forbes

 

Creativity helps schools, students reach goals
DNJ.com

 

Mayo Clinic announces discovery science center
St. Cloud Times

 

Why we have a Baltimore Innovation Week Code of Conduct
Technical.ly Baltimore

 

7 Ways To Inspire Your Curiosity
The Creativity Post

 

Here’s Why, How And What You Should Doodle To Boost Your Memory And Creativity
Co.Create | Fast Company

 

Math’s Top Prize Given to a Woman for the First Time
Mental Floss

 

A 15-Year-Old Google Science Fair Finalist Has A Simple Idea To Help Alzheimer’s Patients
Business Insider India

 

Just leave me to do my work!
Seth’s Blog

 

Robin Williams’s Comedic Genius Was Not a Result of Mental Illness, but His Suicide Was
The Creativity Post

 

Philadelphia Opens New Innovation Lab To Spark Creativity
NationSwell

 

Exporting innovation: From Silicon Valley to NYC
Tech Page One

 

The Gender Leisure Gap: Why Women Are Losing Their Time To Just Chill Out
Fast Company

 

Innovation: If you can’t make yourself obsolete, someone else will
The Globe and Mail

 

Decluttering Innovation
Innovation in Practice

 

So There’s A Strategy For American Innovation
Pasco Phronesis

 

Facilitating Creative Learning (for Professionals): More Notes on MuseumCamp
Museum 2.0

 

IMLS Convenings Focus on Learning Spaces, STEM
UpNext: The IMLS Blog

 

Seeing Unexpected Things Makes Some People More Creative
Ulterior Motives | Psychology Today

 

5 Common Creativity Killers
Habits, Not Hacks | Psychology Today

 

20 Things Educators Need To Know About Digital Literacy Skills
Innovation Excellence

 

Science Shows How Musicians’ Brains Are Actually Different From Everybody Elses’
Mic

 

How to Find your Unique Innovation Mindset
Innovation Excellence

 

15 Examples of Open Innovation between Big Companies & Startups
Innovation Excellence

 

“Once Upon A Universe” transforms science into mythology
SciArt in America

 

Cha-cha-change the balance in schools
News | TES

 

Toyota’s “Dream Car of the Day” Initiative Brings Children, Cars and Creativity Together
Partnership Movement | Americans for the Arts

 

Florida Polytechnic University by Santiago Calatrava
Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

 

Humanizing big data: The everyday impact of crowd science
Venture Beat

 

9 Ways To Become More Creative In The Next 10 Minutes
Inc.com | The Huffington Post

 

Common Core’s War Against Science and Children
The Huffington Post

 

‘Ear training’ for the next generation of neuroscientists
USC News

 

Your Brain on Creativity
HowlRound

 

Robin Williams, Oscar-Winning Actor, Dies at 63 in Suspected Suicide
The New York Times

 

Will 3-D Printers Change the World?
Room for Debate – NYTimes.com

 

Harassment in Science, Replicated
The New York Times

 

Jews who fled Nazis revolutionized US science, Stanford economist says
Phys.org

 

What can brain science bring to education?
Prevention Action

 

Can Science Build A Better Piano?
Science Friday

 

New ideas are necessary, but not sufficient for innovation
Game-Changer

 

Is Spotify Killing Music?
TakePart

 

A School is Not a Pet. And Yet . . .
Sam Chaltain, Democracy. Learning. Voice.

 

The language of science education: Between two trends
SciDev.Net

 

Muppet Performers Share What It Was Like To Work For Jim Henson
Fast Company

 

Creativity, Innovation And Disruption?
DCulberhouse

 

7 Ways to Create a Culture of Innovation
Innovation Excellence

 

The Benefits of Movement in Schools
The Creativity Post

 

Let’s put some Eureka! into school science
Education | The Guardian

 

Hollywood’s Stupid Science Summer
Re/code

 

What the top US engineering schools have in common with Hogwarts
Quartz

 

12 Things You Can Do With Dryer Sheets Other Than Laundry
Mashable

 

Innovation isn’t easy, but it’s necessary
The Tennessean

 

Brain science, video games converge in neurogaming
Columbia Daily Herald

 

Grand Challenges Canada Funds Seven New Global Health Innovations in ASEAN Countries
MarketWired

 

Music soothes the aging brain in film ‘Alive Inside’
Science News

 

Risk is an Imperative for Sustainable Innovation
Innovation Excellence

 

High and Low: A Visualization of Diametric Genius
The Imprinted Brain | Psychology Today

 

5 Surprising Techniques to Increase Your Creativity
Cutting-Edge Leadership | Psychology Today

 

13 Scientific Terms You Might Be Using Wrong
Mental Floss

 

Young Female Entrepreneurs Look to Debut Another Girl Power Toy Line
Video – Creativity Online

 

Come Climb a Jungle Gym of the Mind
MIND Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network

 

Science Funders Hope to Link Up Large Scale Brain Research
Inside Philanthropy: Fundraising Intelligence

 

Your iPhone Camera Can Work As A Microscope
Co.Labs | Fast Company

 

Want to kill creativity of women in teams? Fire up the competition
Newsroom | Washington University in St. Louis

 

Janet Iwasa: How animations can help scientists test a hypothesis
Talk Video | TED.com

 

Innovation | Patents That Kill
The Economist

 

Why IBM’s New Brainlike Chip May Be “Historic”
MIT Technology Review

 

 

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Have you found an article you’d like to share?  Email the link to george.tzougros@wisconsin.gov.

 

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The National Creativity Network believes that by fostering creativity in our society as a whole, and specifically with future generations, America can remain a leader in innovation and free enterprise. The very future of our communities and institutions depends on our ability to nurture and harness imagination to creatively solve problems. If creativity is to be nurtured, systems, institutions and networks must be transformed.

 

The opportunities that emerge to transform our nation are largely dependent upon the degree to which we are connected to each other. Our connection will become a catalyst:

 

to enhance the flow of relevant information,

 

and to improve the ease with which key nodes of creativity, be they in the domains of Education, Commerce, Culture or across disciplines, can gain access to the best thinking, best questions, and most successful practices as well as other resources their ventures may require.

 

Our strategy is to engage thought leaders across North America to create a powerful network for transformation.

 

Join Us!

 

For more information, please go to our web site or

 

National Creativity Network

133 West Main Street, STE 100

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  73102
http://nationalcreativitynetwork.org

 

Visit our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter.

 

 


Articles of Interest August 8, 2014

August 8, 2014 in Blog Post | Comments (0)

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QUOTE(S) OF THE WEEK

 

“The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.” – Albert Einstein

 

“Nothing will ever be attempted, if all possible objections must be first overcome.” – Samuel Johnson

 

“Make visible what, without you, might perhaps never have been seen.” – Robert Bresson

 

“It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all — in which case, you fail by default.” – J. K. Rowling

 

“Nature uses human imagination to lift her work of creation to even higher levels.” – Luigi Pirandello

 

“There is nothing in the world more powerful than an idea. No weapon can destroy it; no power can conquer it except the power of another idea.” – James Roy Smith

 

VIDEO(S) OF THE WEEK

 

Dive into the Unknown with Dr. David Gallo
USA Science and Engineering Festival Blog

 

Man who lost both hands, then received transplants, is playing piano again
Yahoo News

 

This is what it looks like when you design schools with the needs of young people in mind . . .
Sam Chaltain, Democracy. Learning. Voice.

 

 

FEATURED EVENT

 

NEW Join The Resistance Against The Status Quo
Innovation Excellence

August 28

 

Seeing / Sounding / Sensing | CAST Symposium
MIT

September 26 – 27

 

Creative Minds in Medicine Conference
Culture Forward

October 29 – 30

 

CreativeMornings | a monthly breakfast lecture series
CreativeMornings

Various

 

ARTICLES OF INTEREST

 

United nations Creative Economy Report 2013 Special Edition
IFACCA, the International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies

 

Why Distruptive Innovation Can Help Market Leaders
Knowledge@Wharton

 

Master the 8 Stages of Entrepreneurship
UCLA

 

Michigan Will Be the Startup Capital of the Midwest | Gary Peters
The Huffington Post

 

The Public Library Wants To Be Your Office
Fast Company

 

Plot Thickens as 900 Writers Battle Amazon
The New York Times

 

Tips to help your child be creative
Appleton Post Crescent

 

How the Web Became Our ‘External Brain,’ and What It Means for Our Kids
Opinion | WIRED

 

9 Design Ideas That Shaped The Web
Co.Design | Fast Company

 

4 Things Leaders Don’t Understand About Creativity
Inc.com

 

Innovation Districts Catch On
Brookings Institution

 

Why the Innovation Conversation Needs to be Broadened Beyond Technology’s Influence
Brookings Institution

 

School of Doodle: The Online Campaign to Unleash Girls’ Creativity
Mashable

 

No, Jake Chapman, opening culture to young people is never a waste of time
New Statesman

 

Liberals Are Killing Art by Insisting That It’s Always Political
New Republic

 

Outsourced R&D: The threat to American innovation
CNBC

 

Park stresses humanities to curb violence
Korea Herald

3 Principles of Empathic Communication for Innovation
Innovation Excellence

 

Does Raising High School Grad Requirements Work?
Governing Magazine

 

Republicans open the door to compromise on Senate COMPETES bill
Science Insider | AAAS

 

Seven-Year-Olds are More Creative Than You and Me
Solving Unsolvable Problems | Psychology Today

 

Innovation High, joint venture of Jersey City and NJCU, set to open next month
NJ.com

 

Are You Sitting On the Next Big Thing?
Inside the Box | Psychology Today

 

This is what the future of learning looks like
Sam Chaltain, Democracy. Learning. Voice.

 

What We Can Learn About Business Collaboration From Famous Creative Pairs
The Creativity Post

 

The LeBron Effect: Why Narrative Matters To Regional Innovation
Forbes

 

How We Make Progress
The Creativity Post

 

‘Colliding Worlds’ Explores Art Driven by Science
The New York Times

 

Good habits foster creativity – whether you’re nine or 99
The Conversation

 

Adult recess at Arlington Public Library and other inner-child activities
The Washington Post

 

Dare to Dream: Dr. Bernard Tells His Journey From Physician, NASA Astronaut to Successful Entrepreneur at the X-STEM Symposium
USA Science and Engineering Festival: The Blog

 

Prominent U.S. Research Institutions Announce Collaboration Toward Sharing and Standardizing Neuroscience Data
WSJ.com

 

MindShift’s Guide to Game-Based Learning
MindShift

 

Games and Learning Publishing Council
Joan Ganz Cooney Center

 

Interview: Michael Roth, Author Of ‘Beyond The University: Why Liberal Education Matters’
NPR

 

Patent trolls: Failure to reform resonates from Silicon Valley to Pennsylvania

San Jose Mercury News

 

Why The Term “Innovation” Needs A Universal Standard
Fast Company

 

Intellectual Property: Valuable to Every Discipline
Commentary – The Chronicle of Higher Education

 

Carnegie Mellon’s Erica Fuchs Discusses How Global Redistribution of Manufacturing Is Changing Innovation
Digital Journal

 

Creative Pairs: Genius is The Other
The Gift of ADHD | Psychology Today

 

The social origins of intelligence
Sam Chaltain, Democracy. Learning. Voice.

 

Nickelodeon’s Digital Generation
The New York Times

 

Startups Still Abandon Wisconsin, But Growing Cluster Keeping More Here
Xconomy

 

8 Women Entrepreneurs Share How They Conquered Their Biggest Roadblocks
Fast Company

 

 

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This email is a free service of the National Creativity Network (NCN). The articles are from a variety of sources and, therefore, do not necessarily reflect the views of the NCN.  Despite our best efforts, links may fail without warning since each news source posts and archives its articles differently. We apologize for any inconvenience.

 

Have you found an article you’d like to share?  Email the link to george.tzougros@wisconsin.gov.

 

#   #   #

 

The National Creativity Network believes that by fostering creativity in our society as a whole, and specifically with future generations, America can remain a leader in innovation and free enterprise. The very future of our communities and institutions depends on our ability to nurture and harness imagination to creatively solve problems. If creativity is to be nurtured, systems, institutions and networks must be transformed.

 

The opportunities that emerge to transform our nation are largely dependent upon the degree to which we are connected to each other. Our connection will become a catalyst:

 

to enhance the flow of relevant information,

 

and to improve the ease with which key nodes of creativity, be they in the domains of Education, Commerce, Culture or across disciplines, can gain access to the best thinking, best questions, and most successful practices as well as other resources their ventures may require.

 

Our strategy is to engage thought leaders across North America to create a powerful network for transformation.

 

Join Us!

 

For more information, please go to our web site or

 

National Creativity Network

133 West Main Street, STE 100

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  73102
http://nationalcreativitynetwork.org

 

Visit our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter.

 

 


Articles of Interest June 20, 2014

July 7, 2014 in Blog Post | Comments (0)

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QUOTE(S) OF THE WEEK

 

“All great deeds and all great thoughts have a ridiculous beginning.” – Albert Camus

 

“Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death.” – Albert Einstein

 

“The best way to predict the future is to create it.” – Peter Drucker

 

“Be brave enough to live life creatively. The creative place where no one else has ever been.” – Alan Alda

 

“Man, the living creature, the creating individual, is always more important than any established style or system.” – Bruce Lee

 

“Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of your own mind.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

 

VIDEO(S) OF THE WEEK

 

OK Go’s New Music Video Teases With Fun Optical Illusions
DesignTAXI.com

 

Learning the Physics of Skateboarding Engages Kids in Science
Edutopia

 

7 talks to make you love science
Playlist | TED.com

 

What Does London Get Right in Tech, Innovation?
Video – Bloomberg

 

Ed Catmull, Disney/Pixar Animation – The Hungry Beast and the Ugly Baby
Stanford’s Entrepreneurship Corner

 

 

FEATURED EVENT

 

James Dyson Award 2014
James Dyson Foundation
Deadline: August 7

 

NEW Join The Resistance Against The Status Quo
Innovation Excellence
August 28

 

Seeing / Sounding / Sensing | CAST Symposium
MIT
September 26 – 27

 

CreativeMornings | a monthly breakfast lecture series
CreativeMornings
Various

 

 

ARTICLES OF INTEREST

 

NCN Executive Director Reviews “Chase One Rabbit”
Amazon.com

 

Op-Ed: Bringing Innovation to Classrooms
US News

 

Neil deGrasse Tyson: If we don’t foster innovation we “might as well just move back into the cave”
Salon.com

 

Sorry Jay Mathews, Gifted Education Matters
Finding the Next Einstein | Psychology Today

 

The Neuroscience of Mathematical Beauty
The Creativity Post

 

Where Do New Ideas Come From? – Phenomena: Only Human
National Geographic

Mobile technology is transforming the face of creativity and design, 74% believe
The Drum

 

Massachusetts tops in economic evolution: Innovation Foundation index
Chicago Tribune

Why is it so hard to implement innovation?
LinkedIn

 

Five Tech Megatrends that are Changing the Game
Innovation Excellence

 

How to have Brilliant Ideas: Can you trust in the slow hunch?
Innovation Excellence

 

An Innovator has an Obligation to… be Agile and Adaptable
Innovation Excellence

 

How to Navigate Key Barriers and Proactively Fund Big Innovation
Innovation Excellence

 

How tech can fight sexism as advertising did
Blue Sky Innovation | Chicago Tribune

 

Can “Entrepreneur Barbie” Change Girls’ Career Ambitions?
Fast Company

 

Researchers Link Greater Creativity and Success to Higher Brain Integration
Digital Journal

 

Imagination Library Celebrates 1st Birthday
MI News 26

 

10 Movies Every Entrepreneur Needs to Watch
Entrepreneur.com

 

Using Your 5 Senses To Jump-Start The Creative Process
Fast Company

 

6 lessons on innovation from Bill and Melinda Gates: number 4 will break your heart
ventureburn

 

Disruptive Innovation Is Nonsense
Forbes

 

Disruption Is A Stupid Word Anyway
ReadWrite

 

The Link Between Leadership And Innovation
Forbes

 

The Moral Bedrock Of Management
Tom Peters

 

Science Speed Dating, Los Angeles
The Science & Entertainment Exchange

 

Seven Life Lessons From Making Sushi
The Creativity Post

 

This is the essence of teaching
Sam Chaltain, Democracy. Learning. Voice.

 

Actions for a Sustainable and Competitive Open Innovation Ecosystem in the EU from a US Perspective
Digital Agenda for Europe | European Commission

 

Atlanta, Boston, Seattle Among Innovative Cities
NationSwell.com

 

The Patent System Is A Boon — Not A Drain — To The American Economy
Forbes

 

New computer program aims to teach itself everything about anything
ScienceBlog.com

 

No Innovation Is Immediately Profitable
Harvard Business Review

 

How Do You Bring Innovation to Market?
Entrepreneur.com

 

the high human cost of failing fast with innovation
Decoding the new economy

 

Behind the rise of entrepreneurship
Fortune

 

Reports of Declining Entrepreneurship Are Not What They Seem
Entrepreneur.com

 

3 ‘trivial’ inventions that ended up changing the world
VentureBeat

 

Choosing To Lead Innovation
Forbes

 

Scientists Trying To Replicate The Human Brain
Sky.com

 

Mothers of innovation
Financial Times Magazine

 

Innovative technologies in rural areas improve agriculture, health care
Phys.org

 

Guest commentary: State leaders should encourage innovation, not kill it
Contra Costa Times

 

Design is more important than technology
CiteWorld.com

 

Up & Atom Science: Innovations that make other innovations possible
WFMZ.com

 

Propelling science with the power of the imagination
GuelphMercury.com

 

‘You get to use your imagination’: Camp gets kids excited about math, science
Education | News Democrat

 

How Technology Enhances Creativity

Innovation Excellence

 

Creativity on the Run: 18 Apps that Support the Creative Process
Edutopia

 

How To Measure Innovation (To Get Real Results)
Co.Design | Fast Company

 

Yet More Science Backs Musical Education as a Path to Better Brains
Motherboard

 

Maker Faire | White House
Maker Faire

 

Science Stars Shine at White House Maker Faire
NBC News.com

 

Does Music Make You Smarter? Brain Imaging Technology Says Yes, In More Ways Than One
Medical Daily

 

Leadership lessons from science
The Washington Post

 

Op-Ed: Bringing Innovation to Classrooms
US News

 

NIH and NSF Collaborate on Biomedical Innovation
Pharmaceutical Technology

 

Let Your Creativity Flow By Standing It Work, Meetings
Medical Daily

 

Empowering the Next Generation of Scientists | Sunnie Toelle
The Huffington Post

 

How Do You Bring Innovation to Market?
Entrepreneur.com

 

New museum maker space a big hit
Bloomington Pantagraph

 

Game fosters creativity and tech skills in kids
WBTV | Charlotte, NC

 

A big boost for innovation
Wisconsin State Journal

 

Psychology researchers explore how engineers create
MedicalXpress.com

 

Do You Fidget, Fiddle, or Doodle While You Work?
Digital Journal

 

‘Imagination is important. That’s where inventions come from’
DNJ.com

 

Engineering victory: A tribute to the innovation behind D-Day
Eureka!

 

The science of singing: how our brains and bodies produce sound
Life and style | The Guardian

 

The Secret To Creativity, Intelligence, And Scientific Thinking
Fast Company

 

The Unusual Downside Of Using Your Imagination
The Huffington Post

 

It’s a fact that schools have put creativity at risk, says art world
The Times

 

The unexpected value of creativity (column)
ydr.com

 

Apple evangelist reveals the art of innovation

CNBC

 

How A Genius Thinks
The Creativity Post

 

MIT Media Concept Gives Storytellers New Ways To Structure Context
PSFK

 

Can You Be Bimusical?
Looking at Listening | Psychology Today

 

How to Navigate Key Barriers and Proactively Fund Big Innovation
Innovative Excellence

 

Real Innovation Techniques from the Innovation Genome Project
Innovative Excellence

An Innovator has an Obligation to… Develop
Innovative Excellence

 

Leading for Innovation in Extreme Uncertainty
Innovation Excellence

 

Decision-making in the yellow-light zone

Creativity at Work

 

Myth and Creativity: Ariadne’s Thread and a Path Through the Labyrinth

The Creativity Post

 

The panda and the bicycle
Seth’s Blog

 

ZIVA – Zimbabwe Institute of Vigital Arts
Native

 

Need a Creative Insight? Trying Sleeping AND Smelling on It
Creative Leadership | Psychology Today

 

The Power of Humor in Ideation and Creativity
The Tao of Innovation | Psychology Today

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This email is a free service of the National Creativity Network (NCN). The articles are from a variety of sources and, therefore, do not necessarily reflect the views of the NCN.  Despite our best efforts, links may fail without warning since each news source posts and archives its articles differently. We apologize for any inconvenience.

 

Have you found an article you’d like to share?  Email the link to george.tzougros@wisconsin.gov.

 

#   #   #

 

The National Creativity Network believes that by fostering creativity in our society as a whole, and specifically with future generations, America can remain a leader in innovation and free enterprise. The very future of our communities and institutions depends on our ability to nurture and harness imagination to creatively solve problems. If creativity is to be nurtured, systems, institutions and networks must be transformed.

 

The opportunities that emerge to transform our nation are largely dependent upon the degree to which we are connected to each other. Our connection will become a catalyst:

 

to enhance the flow of relevant information,

 

and to improve the ease with which key nodes of creativity, be they in the domains of Education, Commerce, Culture or across disciplines, can gain access to the best thinking, best questions, and most successful practices as well as other resources their ventures may require.

 

Our strategy is to engage thought leaders across North America to create a powerful network for transformation.

 

Join Us!

 

For more information, please go to our web site or

 

National Creativity Network

133 West Main Street, STE 100

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  73102
http://nationalcreativitynetwork.org

 

Visit our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter.