WTSP Working Material:

Preliminary Internet Search (3A2) of TRIZ-related Sites in a wider scope
with the keywords Creative Think Method

Toru Nakagawa (OGU, Japan)  
May 16, 2019

Posted:  May 18, 2019

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Editor's Note (Toru Nakagawa, May 16, 2019)

This is the second trial of the '3rd round' Preliminary Internet Search of TRIZ-related Web sites in a wider scope.  The sites written in English and located in the whold world are surveyed. 

Revising the preceding (3A) case, the key words are set as:   Creative  Think  Method   (without using the wild card).
In this setting, the results have become much better than the (3A) case.

In the present page, the process of searching and handling the sites is described first, and then the Web sites obtained with significance are shown in a simple tabular form where the sites are re-arranged according to the importance in our WTSP Catalogs. 

A .docx file is attached to show some more details of the individual sites.  The initial part of the .docx file (describing the ◎ and ○ sites) is illustrated as examples at the bottome of this HTML page

 

Top of this page

Introduction of the survey

Results (3A2):  List of 194 sites

Most Important Important Worthy World Worthy Country L Listed already elsewhere

Irrelevant

Description of ◎○sites

.docx file

 

 


  Preliminary Internet Search (3A2) of TRIZ-related Sites in a wider scope with the keywords Creative Think Method

Preliminary Search for WTSP sites widely in the English Language in the whole world
(3A2) Keyword: Creative Think Method
May 16, 2019,      Toru Nakagawa   

 

The conditions of survey: 

(a) Survey Keyword:  Creative  Think  Method
(b) Language of the sites:  English
(c) Location of the sites:  Not specified (i.e., the whole world)
(d) Searcher's location: Not used (i.e., neutral from Japan)
(e) Search engine:  Yahoo.japan

(f) Option:  Only one representative page is shown for a site, with URL for the search for TRIZ-related pages inside the site
(g) Browser:   Firefox

Results:

194 sites are listed, with 2-3 lines per site.  Recorded in a Word file.
Underlined words have hyperlinks, which are active (at least in my environment)
Note:  URL of option (f) is the hyperlink attached to : このサイト内で検索
          Survey again with the keyword  site:[URL of the site domain]  Creative  Think  Method.

Note:  The search result this time looks much better than the former (3A)
               cf.  (3A) with the keywords of Creat* Think* Method*  (May 1-2, 2019)
          Thus the (3A) result will be referred later only with minor stress.

 Further working process: 

Have visited the representative page, and then the top page of the site, and several more pages of the site quickly. 

Name of the site and URL of the site are recorded.
--- This record of site title is placed before the page title output by the search engine. 

For most of the sites, the description in ‘About us’ and similar pages are quoted here, for obtaining the rough idea of the sites.  (This is a tentative alternative to the description of site introduction.)

Then the sites are roughly evaluated, with the evaluation symbols:  ◎ ○ ☐ △-

  Note:  In cases of two marks together, they mean evaluation choices not sure yet.  E.g., □△ means ‘□or △’.

Note:  There are many Web sites in the fields where I am not so familiar (e.g., social networks, blogs, etc.).
Thus the present evaluation should be regarded tentative and need to be checked by other people familiar in these various fields.

Interim Search Results for the World WTSP Catalog:

Sites are now re-arranged according to the grade ◎ ○ □ △ -.

  ◎ :  Most important in the World WTSP Catalog  =====  ( 1 site)

  :  Important in the World WTSP Catalog      ======  ( 10 sites,  including 2 already listed sites)
    ○□:                                                             (5 sites)

  :  Worthy  in the World WTSP Catalog       =====  (47 sites,  including 3 already listed sites)
    □△:                                                          (18 sites)

  :  Worthy  in Country WTSP Catalogs       =====   (29 sites,  including 3 already listed sites)
    △-:                                             (2 sites)

   L:  Already listed elsewhere (without specifying the level):  === (15 sites)

   :  Irrelevant/neglected in the WTSP Catalogs   ====    ( 56 sites)

For each site, the description of “About us” are exerted from the site and shown.
The page shown by the search engine is now deleted, because of no significant value left. 

In the Web site “TRIZ Home Page in Japan”, the sites evaluated as ◎ ○ □ △ are shown in a tabular form.  (See below in this page.)

A .docx file is attached, where some more details of each sites are shown for the basis of further work.

Further tasks to be done:

Visit individual sites again and describe its introduction in 5-10 lines.

 

 


 

   Survey Results: (Simplified for posting in HTML (May 16, 2019, TN))     

194 sites rearranged in the order of their evaluation. 

Evaluation symbol; Site name;  URL of the site domain;  and Note

Note:  The record shown below forms a table.  You may select the whole table at once and Copy & Paste it into MS Word or Excel without specifying any particular format. 

 

 

 

Eval

Site name

Site URL

Note

 

 

 

 

 

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Evaluation:   ◎  (Most important in the World WTSP Catalogs)

 

◎ 

Stanford d.school  

https://dschool.stanford.edu/

 

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Evaluation:  ○  (Important in the World WTSP Catalogs)

 

 

〇 

Creative Thinking in Literacy and Language Skills 

https://www.creativethinkingproject.eu/

 

 

〇 

OI-net (The Open Innovation Network)  

https://oi-net.eu/

 

 

○ 

IDEO Design Thinking 

https://designthinking.ideo.com/

 

 

○ 

ASA (The American Science Affiliation)  

https://www.asa3.org/ASA/

 

 

○ 

Creative Education Foundation  

https://www.creativeeducationfoundation.org/

 

 

○ 

Lateral Thinking (Dr. Edward de Bono)  

 

https://www.edwddebono.com/

 

 

○ 

Free Management Library   

https://managementhelp.org

 

 

〇 

Creative Thinking in Literacy and Language Skills  

https://www.creativethinkingproject.eu/

 

 

○L 

Amazon 

https://www.amazon.com/ 

Listed already elsewhere

 

○L 

Better Human (Medium)

https://betterhumans.coach.me・

Subsidiary to Medium, listed already elsewhere  

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Evaluation:  ○□    (either ○ or □)

 

 

〇□ 

Brainstorming.co.uk  

https://www.brainstorming.co.uk/

 

 

〇□ 

Australian Curriculum 

https://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/

 

 

〇□ 

Skills You Need    

https://www.skillsyouneed.com/ 

Based in UK

 

〇□ 

BK101 (Basic Knowledge 101) 

https://www.basicknowledge101.com/

 

 

〇□ 

Board of Innovation 

https://www.boardofinnovation.com/

 

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Evaluation:   □  (Worthy in the World WTSP Catalogs)

 

□  

Idea Connection 

https://www.ideaconnection.com/

 

 

Creative Thinking  (by Michael Michalko)  

https://creativethinking.net/

 

 

□ 

Creativity Techniques (Wikipedia) 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creativity_techniques 

 

 

Game Changers (by Peter Fisk)    

https://www.thegeniusworks.com/

 

 

□ 

The Creativity Post  

https://www.creativitypost.com/

 

 

□ 

Mind Tools 

https://www.mindtools.com/

 

 

Cambridge Assessment  International Education  

https://www.cambridgeinternational.org/

 

□ 

Think Jar Collective 

https://thinkjarcollective.com/ 

 

 

□  

Emerald Insight  

https://www.emeraldinsight.com/

 

 

□ 

Ambition & Balance (Doist)   

https://doist.com/ 

 

 

□ 

College Success (Lumen Learning)  

https://courses.lumenlearning.com/

 

 

□ 

TRIPOD: Build a Free Website of Your Own  

http://ozpk.tripod.com/

 

 

□ 

IDEO U (IDEO University)  

https://www.ideou.com/  

Subsidiary to IDEO

 

□ 

UX Collective 

htgtps://uxdesign.cc/

 

 

□ 

WikiHow 

https://www.wikihow.com/

 

 

□  

Creating Minds (Creating Minds Org.)  

https://creatingminds.org/

 

 

□  

Creating Minds (Creating Minds Org.)  

https://creatingminds.org/

 

 

□ 

ASIT (Advanced Systematic Inventive Thinking) 

https://www.start2think.com/

 

 

□ 

Lifehack  

https://www.lifehack.org/

 

 

□ 

Simplicable (by John Spacey) 

https://simplicable.com/

 

 

□  

Academia 

https://www.academia.edu/.

 

 

□ 

Quora  

https://www.quora.com/

 

 

□ 

APA PsycNET (American Psychological Association) 

https://psycnet.apa.org/

 

 

□  

Design Kit (by IDEO Org) 

https://www.designkit.org/ 

Subsidiary to IDEO

 

□ 

Visme blog (Visual Learning Center) 

https://visme.co/

 

 

□ 

IQ Matrix  

https://blog.iqmatrix.com/

 

 

□ 

Think with Google 

https://www.thinkwithgoogle.com/

 

 

Greater Good Magazine (Greater Good Science Center at the University of California, Berkeley) 

 

https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/ 

 

 

□ 

I-THINK (The I-Think Initiative, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto) 

https://www.rotmanithink.ca/

 

 

□ 

Semantic Scholar (Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2)) 

https://www.semanticscholar.org/ 

 

 

□ 

Small Business Trends   

https://smallbiztrends.com/

 

 

□  

Techstars  

https://www.techstars.com/

 

 

□  

 

SingularityHub (Singularity University)   

https://singularityhub.com/

 

 

□  

TeachThought: We Grow Teachers

https://www.teachthought.com

 

 

Scholastic/Teachers 

https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/

 

 

□ 

THINK.IAFOR.org 

https://think.iafor.org/

 

 

□ 

de Bono Thinking Systems  

https://www.debonothinkingsystems.com/ 

 

 

Teaching English (British Council) 

https://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/ 

 

 

Nielsen Norman Group 

https://www.nngroup.com/

 

 

EFMD 

https://www.efmd.org/ 

 

 

Big Think Edge

https://www.bigthinkedge.com/ 

 

 

Business News Daily 

https://www.businessnewsdaily.com/

 

 

API (Associates in Process Improvement) 

https://www.apiweb.org/

 

 

Visible Thinking (by Project Zero)  

https://www.visiblethinkingpz.org/ 

 

 

□L 

Fast Company  

https://www.fastcompany.com/  

Already listed elsewhere

 

□L  

TED-ED Blog

https://blog.ed.ted.com/  

Subsidiary to TED, Listed already elsewhere

 

□L

Harvard Business Review 

https://hbr.org/ 

Listed already elsewhere

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Evaluation:   □△   (Either □ or △)

 

□△ 

Lateral Action (Blog by Mark McGuinness)   

https://lateralaction.com/

 

 

□△ 

75 Tools For Creative Thinking 

https://75toolsforcreativethinking.com/

 

 

□△ 

Personal Growth (Medium) 

https://medium.com/personal-growth/ 

 

 

□△ 

MacMillan Study Skills   

https://www.macmillanihe.com/

 

 

□△  

The Peak Performance Center   

https://thepeakperformancecenter.com/

 

 

□△ 

InformED  (Open Colleges Australia)  

https://www.opencolleges.edu.au/informed/

 

 

□△ 

iMindQ  

https://www.imindq.com/

 

 

□△ 

Farifax County Public Schools 

https://www.fcps.edu/

 

 

□△ 

Jstor   

https://www.jstor.org/

 

 

□△ 

Inside the Box (by Drew Boyd and Jacob Goldenberg) 

https//www.insidetheboxinnovation.com/

 

 

□△ 

iDevelop Teacher Training  

https://idevelopcourses.com/ 

Based in Spain

 

□△  

World of Digits - Blog 

https://creativecorporateculture.com/

 

 

□△ 

IQ Doodle School  

https://school.iqdoodle.com/

 

 

□△ 

Think Company 

https://www.thinkcompany.com/

 

 

□△  

Mind Werx International   

https://mindwerx.com/

 

 

□△  

LiveTiles  

https://www.livetiles.nyc/

 

 

□△

The Conversation 

https://theconversation.com/

Based in Australia

 

□△

Macat - Critical thinking tools  

https://www.macat.com/

Based in UK

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Evaluation:   △   (Worthy in the Country WTSP Catalog)

 

△ 

HEFLO 

https://www.heflo.com/

 

 

△ 

Innovation Management 

https://www.innovationmanagement.se/

 

 

△ 

Creativity at Work(by Lind Naiman) 

https://www.creativityatwork.com/

 

 

△ 

Inc. 

https://www.inc.com/

 

 

△ 

Startacus 

https://startacus.net/

 

 

△ 

LAB Creative Thinking 

http://labcreativethinking.com/

 

 

△ 

CoThink: the motivactors 

https://www.cothink.com/

 

 

△ 

Triggers Cards 

https://www.trytriggers.com/

 

 

△ 

Inkbot Design   

https://inkbotdesign.com

 

 

△ 

Mayo Oshin  

https://mayooshin.com/

 

 

△ 

THNK School of Creative Leadership   

https://www.thnk.org/

 

 

△ 

RCTT (Republican Center for Technology Transfer) Belarus 

https://ictt.by/eng/

 

 

△ 

RedStar Kim (Kim Tasso) 

https://kimtasso.com/

 

 

Enterprise Design Thinking (IBM) 

https://www.ibm.com/

 

 

△ 

New & Improved  

https://newandimproved.com/

 

 

△ 

Skyword 

https://www.skyword.com/

 

 

△  

Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.  

https://www.kauffman.org/

 

 

△ 

The Learning Exchange  

https://thelearningexchange.ca/

 

 

△ 

College Info Geek  

https://collegeinfogeek.com/

 

 

△ 

NIT (Northern Institute of Technology Management in Hamburg) 

https://www.nithh.de/

 

 

△  

Artworks Creative Communities 

https://www.artworkscreative.org.uk/

 

 

△  

Destination Think!

https://destinationthink.com/

 

 

△ 

SAP User Experience Community 

https://experience.sap.com/

 

 

Design Thinking for Educators 

https://designthinkingforeducators.com/

 

EdSource 

https://edsource.org/

Based in California, USA

 

Kioulanis (by Spisos Kioulanis) 

https://kioulanis.gr/

Based in Greece

 

△L

ASCD 

htttps://www.ascd.org/  

Already listed elsewhere

 

△L 

Amazon.jp 

https://www.amazon.co.jp/

Already listed elsewhere, subsidiary to amazon.com

 

△L

Amazon.uk 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/

Listed already elsewhere, Subsidiary to Amazon.com

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Evaluation:   △-  (Either △ or -)

 

△-

Operation Meditation 

https://operationmeditation.com/

 

 

△-  

Sparring Mind 

https://www.sparringmind.com/

 

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L  (Listed already elsewhere, but check it.  If duplicated, delete it here.)

 

L 

Entrepreneur Asia Pacific  

https://www.entrepreneur.com/  

Listed already somewhere

 

L  

Wabisabi Learning 

https://www.wabisabilearning.com/  

Already listed somewhere

 

L

NCBI (National Center for Biology Information) 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/ 

Listed already elsewhere

 

L

ToolsHero 

https://www.toolshero.com/

Listed already elsewhere

 

L 

Design Thinking Academy 

https://www.designthinkersacademy.com/

Listed already elsewhere

 

L 

Research Gate 

https://www.researchgate.net/  

Listed already somewhere else.

 

L 

Edward de Bono 

https://www.edwdebono.com/ 

Listed already somewhere else

 

L 

Drew Boyd Innovator 

https://drewboyd.com/  

Subsidiary of ASIT Web site, already listed

 

James Clear 

https://jamesclear.com/ 

Listed already elsewhere

 

L 

PMP Practitioners 

https://pmp-practitioners.com  

Under maintenance

 

L 

Lifehacker 

https://lifehacker.com/ 

Listed already elsewhere

 

L

CESIE  

https://cesie.org/

Inaccessible 

 

L 

Inside the Box (Innovation in Practice) 

https://www.innovationinpractice.com 

Listed already elsewhere

 

L 

Youtube 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8w0rJhztJ4  

Already listed

 

L 

Slide Share 

https://www.slideshare.net/. 

Already listed elsewhere

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Evaluation:   -  (Irrelevant or not worthy of WTSP Catalogs)

 

-  

Koozai  

https://www.koozai.com/

 

 

- 

Creative Thinking Techniques (a IRM white paper) 

https://www.miun.se/siteassets/fakulteter/nmt/summer-university/creativethinkingpdf

 

 

- 

Fairygodboss 

fairygodboss.com/

 

 

- 

Lynda.com  

www.lynda.com/

 

 

- 

MiroBlog 

miro.com/blog/creative-techniques/

 

 

- 

We Can Creative  

www.wecancreative.com/

 

 

- 

The Balance Careers 

www.thebalancecareers.com

 

 

- 

Top Universities 

www.topuniversities.com/

 

 

Optus 

members.optusnet.com.au/

 

 

- 

Zety 

zety.com/

 

 

- 

University of South Australia 

study.unisa.edu.au

 

 

- 

Derek Christensen  

www.derekchristensen.com/

 

 

- 

Newcastle Universtiy   

www.ncl.ac.uk/

 

 

- 

Azavista Event Technology 

www.azavista.com/

 

 

-  

Buffer 

buffer.com/

 

 

- 

Enhancv  

enhancv.com/

 

 

- 

Big Think 

bigthink.com/

 

 

- 

American Express  

www.americanexpress.com/

 

 

- 

Reader’s Digest   

www.rd.com/

 

 

- 

Marketing Donut 

www.marketingdonut.co.uk/

 

 

- 

Think Design   

think.design

 

 

- 

StartUp Mindset 

startupmindset.com/ 

 

 

- 

Verywell Mind 

www.verywellmind.com

 

 

- 

Scientia Socialis   

www.scientiasocialis.lt/

 

 

-  

James Muir  

puremuir.com/

 

 

- 

Business Dictionary 

www.businessdictionary.com/

 

 

-  

Oz Content 

ozcontent.com/ 

 

 

- 

Think Creative Collective 

academy.thinkcreativecollective.com/

 

 

- 

Adam Jorlen 

adamjorlen.com/

 

 

- 

Rule of Three 

rule-of-three.co.uk/ 

Not accessible due to security reasons  

 

- 

Hektoen International: A Journal of Medical Humanities   

hekint.org/

 

 

- 

Adobe Blog 

theblog.adobe.com/ 

 

 

- 

AJTE (Australasian Journal of Technology Education) 

ajte.org/index.php/AJTE/

 

 

- 

European-American Journals 

www.eajournals.org/

 

 

-  

The New York Times 

www.nytimes.com/

 

 

- 

Shutterstock blog 

www.shutterstock.com/

 

 

- 

European Commission   

ec.europa.eu/

Though the report in PDF is interesting, the site is too broad for WTSP

 

- 

  

 

hal-mines-paristech.archives-ouvertes.fr/ 

Can’t open the document 

 

- 

Forbes  

www.forbes.com/

 

 

- 

The New Yorker  

www.newyorker.com/

 

 

- 

HuffPost Life   

www.huffpost.com/

 

 

- 

Canva 

www.canva.com/

 

 

- 

University of Florida, College of Education 

education.ufl.edu/

 

 

- 

The Atlantic 

www.theatlantic.com/

 

 

CiteSeerX(Pennsylvania State University) 

citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/

 

 

ERIC (Institute of Education Sciences) 

https://eric.ed.gov/

 

 

Journal of Orthodontics & Endodontics  

orthodontics-endodontics.imedpub.com/

 

 

Marketing Land 

marketingland.com/ 

 

 

Thinkibility 

thinkibility.com/

 

 

Deaptment of Educational Psychology and Counselling (National Taiwan Normal University) 

www.epc.ntnu.edu.tw/ 

 

 

  

 

www.aabe.sakura.ne.jp/

Inaccessible 

 

DCU 

www.dcu.ie/ 

Inaccessible

 

Brain Pickings 

www.brainpickings.org/ 

 

 

Xplaner (by Dave Gray) 

www.xplaner.com/

 

 

JYX Digital Repository (University of Jyväskylä , FInland)  

jyx.jyu.fi/ 

Based in Finland

 

HGneumaticos 

hgneumaticos.com.ar 

Inaccessible 

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  Detailed Record of Sites in the .docx File for Further Work.

   ==> Download the .docx file

The initial part, describing the ◎ and ○ sites:

 

Evaluation:   ◎  (Most important in the World WTSP Catalogs)

◎  Stanford d.school    https://dschool.stanford.edu/

About: What we do:  Our Point of View:  We believe everyone has the capacity to be creative.
Putting design to work:  We build on methods from across the field of design to create learning experiences that help people unlock their creative potential and apply it to the world.  Design can be applied to all kinds of problems. But, just like humans, problems are often messy and complex—and need to be tackled with some serious creative thinking. That’s where our approach comes in. Adding the d.school's tools and methods to a person's skill set often results in a striking transformation. Newfound creative confidence changes how people think about themselves and their ability to have impact in the world.

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Evaluation:  ○  (Important in the World WTSP Catalogs)

〇   Creative Thinking in Literacy and Language Skills     https://www.creativethinkingproject.eu/

About:  The Creative Thinking in Literacy & Language Skills project brings together the collective expertise of four European organisations.
The project brings together formal theories and principles of creative thinking, informal learning and ICT resources, within a range of accessible and applicable contexts that support teaching and learning within the areas of literacy and foreign language education.
Project Outputs: The project outputs include a set of ‘train the trainer’ guidelines that include the core principles of creative thinking. Through exercise based examples and theories, trainers will become proficient in teaching the principles of creative thinking within the context of learning resource and activity development.

〇   OI-net (The Open Innovation Network)    https://oi-net.eu/

About:  The European Academic Network for Open Innovation (OI-Net) is designed to facilitate European cooperation on open innovation by outlining and exchanging up-to-date concepts, and good practices in open innovation and open innovation education.

○  IDEO Design Thinking    https://designthinking.ideo.com/

About:  About this site:  At IDEO, we’re often asked to share what we know about design thinking. We’ve developed this website in response to that request. Here, we introduce design thinking, how it came to be, how it is being used, and steps and tools for mastering it. You’ll find our particular take on design thinking, as well as the perspectives of others. Everything on this site is free for you to use and share with proper attribution.
(From 2008-2018, designthinking.ideo.com was the home of IDEO's design thinking blog, written by our CEO, Tim Brown. You can find that blog here.)

○   ASA (The American Science Affiliation)    https://www.asa3.org/ASA/

About:  An important goal of education is helping students learn how to think more effectively.  The pages below will help you, as a learner and/or teacher, improve your skills in Creative Thinking (to generate ideas) and Critical Thinking (to evaluate ideas) and combining these skills into productive Problem-Solving Skills:

○   Creative Education Foundation     https://www.creativeeducationfoundation.org/

 

○   Lateral Thinking (Dr. Edward de Bono)   https://www.edwddebono.com/

About:  Edward de Bono is one of the pioneers of Brain Training. In 1967 he invented the world famous Lateral Thinking technique. He is a proponent of the direct teaching of thinking as a skill. He has dedicated his life to help people from around the world improve their thinking abilities and creativity skills. His courses such as Six Thinking Hats Method and thinking tools have been used by top corporations, governments and world leaders but his tools have also been used by school children. His methodologies have been proven to help people of all thinking levels to make smarter decisions, faster. Lean More about the works and ideas of Dr. de Bono click here.

○  Free Management Library    https://managementhelp.org

About: The Library provides free, easy-to-access, online articles to develop yourself, other individuals, groups and organizations (whether the organization is for-profit or nonprofit). Since 1995, the Library has grown to be one of the world's largest well-organized collections of these types of articles and resources.  The Library has gotten up to 1,000,000 visitors (not hits) per month). Many of its topics consistently rank in the top ten results from Google searches.
There are approximately 650 topics in the Library, spanning almost 10,000 links. Each topic has additionally recommended books and related Library topics. The Library is not an ezine site or "content farm".
Are the Library materials curated (evaluated) for inclusion in the Library? Yes.
Index:  How to improve yourself, How to work with others (soft skills), How to work with groups (team skills), How to lead and manage in your organization, How to improve your organization, How to solve complex problems (Internal/external consulting),

〇   Creative Thinking in Literacy and Language Skills    https://www.creativethinkingproject.eu/

About:  The Creative Thinking in Literacy & Language Skills project brings together the collective expertise of four European organisations.
The project brings together formal theories and principles of creative thinking, informal learning and ICT resources, within a range of accessible and applicable contexts that support teaching and learning within the areas of literacy and foreign language education.
Project Outputs: The project outputs include a set of ‘train the trainer’ guidelines that include the core principles of creative thinking. Through exercise based examples and theories, trainers will become proficient in teaching the principles of creative thinking within the context of learning resource and activity development.

○L  Amazon     https://www.amazon.com/    Listed already elsewhere

 

○L   Better Human (Medium)    https://betterhumans.coach.me/     Subsidiary to Medium, listed already elsewhere 

 

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Evaluation:  ○□    (either ○ or □)

〇□   Brainstorming.co.uk     https://www.brainstorming.co.uk/

HP of Traditional and Advanced Brainstorming, with useful discussions

〇□   Australian Curriculum    https://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/

About:  The Australian Curriculum sets the expectations for what all young Australians should be taught, regardless of where they live in Australia or their background. ACARA draws on the best national talent and expertise, and consults widely to develop the Australian Curriculum and resources.
In the Australian Curriculum, students develop capability in critical and creative thinking as they learn to generate and evaluate knowledge, clarify concepts and ideas, seek possibilities, consider alternatives and solve problems. Critical and creative thinking involves students thinking broadly and deeply using skills, behaviours and dispositions such as reason, logic, resourcefulness, imagination and innovation in all learning areas at school and in their lives beyond school.

〇□   Skills You Need     https://www.skillsyouneed.com/    Based in UK

About:  Our aim with Skills You Need is to provide information that will help you, our readers, to develop their skills, and make the most of life.  
Personal skills, Interpersonal skills, Leadership skills, Learning skills, Presentation skills, Writing skills, Numeracy skills, Parenting skills

〇□   BK101 (Basic Knowledge 101)    https://www.basicknowledge101.com/

About:  BK101 is a collection of some of the worlds greatest resources of knowledge and information. Even though the research is far from being finished, BK101 is still an extremely valuable resource for valuable knowledge and information. One of the goals of BK101 is to use the knowledge resource to create a complete Education Software that will be self teaching, self directing and self testing, that will include all the educational courses from preschool through high school. The entire school curriculum will run on a laptop computer that has an Artificial Intelligent Teaching Avatar that manages your personal learning schedule and keeps track of your education progress. Students will be able to accurately measure their intelligence so they can confirm how well they understand themselves and the world around them.

〇□   Board of Innovation     https://www.boardofinnovation.com/

 

 

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Introduction of the survey

Results (3A2):  List of 194 sites

Most Important Important Worthy World Worthy Country L Listed already elsewhere

Irrelevant

Description of ◎○sites

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Preliminary Internet Search (3rd round)

(3A) CreatThinkMethod

(3A2) CreativeThinkMethod

(3B) Creative Problem Solving Method

(3C) Innovation Process

(3D) Quality/Value/Cost (3E) Patent  

Preliminary Search (Sept. 2018)

2nd round (Mar. 2019)

Japanese page

 

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WTSP Index page

(A1) Policies

(A2) Organization

(A3) Platform

(A4) Guidelines

(A5) Access to the Project Outputs

(A6) Publicized Outputs

(A6A) Current Working Manyscripts of WTSP Catalogs  (A6B) World WTSP Catalogs (Preliminary Version)

(B1) WTSP News 2017

(B2) WTSP News 2018

(B3) WTSP News 2019  

WTSP Proposals (Nov., 2017)

WTSP Invitation (Dec. 2017)

Vision (Network of Public Sites) (2010)

WTSP Database System Proposal (May, 2019)

  Japanese page of WTSP Index page

 

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Last updated on Aug. 25, 2019     Access point:  Editor: nakagawa@ogu.ac.jp