This special issue aims to present an overview of how creativity and cognition can be supported, managed and sustained through the use of technology. Three different roles of technology are presented. The first three papers highlight the potential of semi-automated creativity, the fourth paper how social media can be leveraged as a creativity platform and the fifth and final papers the use of technology-integrated intelligibility catchers and 3D technology as cognitive tools to enhance meaningful co-construction of new knowledge.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Knowledge Management and E-Learning|
|State||Published - Jun 2012|