Eales, R. T. Jim, Nichol, Sophie and Perera, Dharani 2006, E-creativity: investigating computer-supported creativity, in IADIS 2006 : Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference e-Society, IADIS Press, Dublin, Ireland, pp. 374-380.
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A fusion of the power of modem information and communication technology with the potential of human creativity provides an important and interesting area for research. In this paper, we outline this general research area that we term ecreativity. In particular, we describe our own focus of interest that we label computer supported creativity and the design of creativity support systems. As this is a largely uncharted territory, further research is of vital importance. We describe our research approach in this area and illustrate this with extracts from a case study of an artist who makes extensive and novel use of information technology in her creation of paintings.
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