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Welcome!

Does the current education system kill creativity?

This guide will support you on your essay prompt: Develop a new model for the future to promote creativity and critical thinking. Respond to Ken Robinson's TedTalk, "Do Schools Kill Creativity?," Mindset, Seven and a Half Lessons about the Brain, and Cristina Lopez-Gottardi and Raul O. Chao's article, How America's Education Model Kills Creativity and Entrepreneurship."

Research Guide

Using Library resources we will:

  • Learn techniques to narrow your search terms
  • Use Library databases to explore your search terms / keywords
  • Learn tips and tricks on how to evaluate the sources you find
  • Remind yourself that you are not alone in this research process and you can get support from a library to find resources!

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"How America's Education Model Kills Creativity and Entrepreneurship"

Make a Zoom appointment with a librarian for reference help

Schedule a one-on-one reference appointment with a Cañada College Librarian to get help with research. Librarians can help with:
  • Getting started doing research for your assignment
  • Choosing and narrowing your topic
  • Finding books and articles
  • Using library databases
  • Citing sources

Reference appointments are offered online via Zoom. Click the green box below to make an appointment.

Library services

The Cañada College Library, on the third floor of Building 9, offers computers, textbooks, technology, research help, printing, and group study rooms.

Library computers do not require you to log in and do not have a time limit so you can come and stay all day. Chromebooks, hotspots and calculators can be checked out from the circulation desk after you complete a technology loan agreement.

Search for textbooks available at the library. If you do not see your textbook, fill out the Textbook request form for students.