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Understanding Creative Technologies Special Issue

Editorial Board
Special Issue Editors:
  • Andy Connor (\x4175636b6c616e6420556e6976657273697479206f6620546563686e6f6c6f6779)
Aims & Scope
The popularity of Creative Technologies in academia has increased over the last number of years, but it has been interpreted in many ways. Such diversity is both a strength and a weakness, with fluid definitions of what is (and what is not) Creative Technologies allowing the field to evolve over time. However, it is also possible that the fluidity of definition leads to a lack of understanding when viewed from the established disciplinary perspectives. The aim of the special issue is not to attempt to come up with a singular definition, nor really to identify common aspects, but to celebrate the diversity of what we do and stimulate sharing of ideas within the Creative Technologies community.
Manuscript submission deadline:
Notification of acceptance:
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Publication of special issue (tentative):

Creative Technologies