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Creativity and Innovation Resource Centre Collection

Start date:

27 Nov 2003

Coverage:

The Centre now contains more than 1,800 books and journals in Chinese and English covering the following subjects:

  • Early childhood development, educational leadership, learning theory, multiple intelligence, motivation, cooperative learning, gifted & talented education
  • Creative thinking, critical thinking, creative problem solving, divergent thinking, brainstorming, group creativity, stimulating creativity, creativity research, theories of creativity
  • Organizational development, team building, management of innovation, creative leadership, product development, paradigm shifts
  • Creative people and creative processes in the arts
Location: Creativity and Innovation Resource Centre , 10/F of  City Hall Public Library
Type: Reference Materials, available for public use in the library

Introduction:

The Creativity and Innovation Resource Centre is a joint project of the Hong Kong Public Libraries of Leisure and Cultural Services Department and the Creative Initiatives Foundation. The Centre was opened to the general public on 27 November 2003.


The Creativity and Innovation Resource Centre located at the 10/F of City Hall Public Library, has an area of about 50m2 . The Centre focuses on reference materials relating to creativity and innovation and provides two Internet workstations, one Library Catalogue workstation and over 20 seats for readers to make use of its collection.


The Centre is specially for anyone interested in learning more about creativity, enhancing his or her own creative abilities, teaching creative problem solving skills to others, managing change or creating the future. The targeted users of the collection are people from the business community, parents, teachers, school administrators and students.

Related links:

Search the Special Collection Library Catalogue  Library's Online Public Access Catalogue

Resources Links  Library's Online Public Access Catalogue

Enquiries:

Please call (852) 2921 2672 or using the Ask a Librarian – Internet Reference Enquiry Service .