Knowledge and Creativity in Digital Society

Riccardo Fragnito [rfragnito@unipegaso.it], Pegaso on line University in Naples [www.unipegaso.it], Maria Annarumma [mannarumma@unisa.it], Department of Human, Philosophical and Education Sciences, University of Salerno [www.unisa.it], Italy

Abstract

This work deals with the topic of creativity understood as a complex path carried out along all lifetime and that cannot be attributable to the mere accumulation of concepts. The changing social scenario promotes the dimension of the possible, the nonlinearity, the overcoming of pre-established trajectories of knowledge by triggering processes of meta-knowledge and meta-representation, a dimension in which the creative mind finds a breeding ground.

The work explores the relationship between technology and creativity in consideration of the peculiar segment, the artistic one, where with greater evidence the work of the creative is unfolded.

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Tags

e-learning, distance learning, distance education, online learning, higher education, DE, blended learning, ICT, information and communication technology, internet, collaborative learning, learning management system, MOOC, interaction, LMS,

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