A Crash Course on Creativity and Other Stanford MOOCs to Launch in April: Enroll Today

Tina Seelig serves as the Executive Director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program, a center that teaches students entrepreneurial skills needed to solve major world problems. She is also the author of the 2012 book, inGenius: A Crash Course on Creativity, that operates on the assumption that we’re not born being creative and knowing how to solve difficult problems. It’s something that we can cultivate and learn (as John Cleese has also told us before). If you’re intrigued by this idea, and if you want to rev up your own “Innovation Engine,” you can take Seelig’s new course, also called A Crash Course on Creativity, starting on April 22. It’s one of five Stanford MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) that will launch in April on the Venture Lab platform. Other courses now open for enrollment include:

Most Venture Lab courses grant a “Statement of Accomplishment” signed by instructors to any student who successfully completes a course.

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  • http://Www.kamaleo.net Dulce María Vázquez

    I would love to join it! Could You send more Info in order to be ready?

  • http://coyotetrails.org molly kreuzman

    I also want to sign up for the creativity workshop!!!

  • http://colorjewels.com neelum narang

    I would like to know more about the programme

  • Dan Colman

    Hi all,

    You should be able to enroll in the course, and find all the basic information for the course, here:



  • http://500px.com/Paul_Mylnikov Paul Mylnikov

    Glad to find the course here – I took it last autumn and was more than satisfied.

  • melotte joseph

    i am not happy with this course:
    i got not a single answer to my diverse questions.
    i don’t understand this.
    the course was a disappointment to me.

    i hope on feedback.