The University of Edinburgh is one of the largest and most successful universities in the UK, with an international reputation as a centre of academic excellence. The University is the leading research university in Scotland, ranking 6th Europe, and 17th worldwide. Philosophy has been taught at the University since its foundation in 1583. The Philosophy Department is internationally renowned for its research strengths in cognitive theory, consciousness studies, and ethics. Informatics is the study of how natural and artificial systems store, process and communicate information. Research in informatics promises to take information technology to a new level, and to place information at the heart of 21st century science, technology and society. The University of Edinburgh has adopted the vision of the future of Informatics, as a discipline central to a new enlightenment in scholarship and learning, and critical to the future development of science, technology and society. The Department of Informatics is rated as the top computing science (Informatics) school in the UK, is the biggest in Europe, and is among the top four in the world, with outstanding research facilities. The University of Edinburgh has a dual role C2Learn: (i) in designing the training methodology with which the computational tool will engage the user in assimilating non-linear thinking techniques and brainstorming procedures; and (ii) in designing the evaluation methods of the enhancement of creativity of the users of the computational tool.