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Digital Creativity by Antonio Pizzo

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Digital Creativity
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Publisher: Universita degli Studi di Torino
Number of pages: 18

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The paper presents one of the task of project Invisibilia Project and confirms that the term 'digital creativity' represents a disperse notion in which a number of different definition developed along last decades are merged. The dispersion of the concept emerge from the bibliometric analysis that has used a set of seminal essays and articles and has created a citation database.

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