As one of the volunteer virtual reference librarians, I can vouch for ipl2 as a great resource for all ages and states of life. Stop by and get your creative juices flowing during International Creativity Month (January).
Creativity is reflected in human innovation and problem-solving endeavors throughout history. It is present in arts, education, technology, science, and in almost everything we do. Creativity encourages children’s curiosity and helps them learn to think independently and critically. For adults, creativity inspires innovation, progress, and joy. As we evolve as a species, creativity helps us evolve as a society.
January is International Creativity Month. Founded by motivational speaker and author Randall Munson, International Creativity Month is geared towards celebrating the power of creativity across the globe. Sources in this month’s newsletter illustrate how creativity is implemented in workplaces, in education, with food, with children, and across cultures.
Creativity in Work
100 Ways to Be More Creative at Work
Huffington Post (find it on the ipl2)
Arianna Huffington is a nationally syndicated columnist and author of ten books. She has done numerous guest spots on political talk shows and…
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