Interactive technologies that enhance children's creativity

Decortis, F. and Rubegni, E. and Tillon, A.B. and Ackermann, E. (2013) Interactive technologies that enhance children's creativity. In: IDC '13 Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children. ACM, pp. 596-599. ISBN 9781450319188

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Creativity and imagination play a key role in human learning and development. This workshop aims at promoting the discussion on interactive technologies that enhance children's creativity. Questions of interest include, but are not limited to: what is creativity in the first place, and how to design, develop and evaluate technologies that enrich children's expressive power, as well as their abilities to think "laterally" (out of the box). We seek contribution on the design of tools that encourage young people to explore differently their environment, to capture their experience of the world, to crystallize and transform these occurrences in a creative way.

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