English teacher Debbie Bowen says, “Students can access their documents easily, and it's free and you can access anything, just like in Microsoft.” Bowen's students use Google Docs to collaborate on assignments and to ...
Posted on Mar. 23, 2012 by Webster University Vienna
There is no obvious additional information about this 36-minute video of a lecture by Cleese on Cretivity. It looks to be about 20 years old, judging by Cleese's appearance. He speaks quite eruditely, and humorously (what else?), about a topic that is clearly of great interest to him. His range of knowledge is quite extraordinary. Well worth a look. -JL
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