Creativity and the Management of Attention with Social Media

Thierry Nabeth, Liana Razmerita, Kathrin Kirchner

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    Abstract

    Social media has transformed the web into a hyper-connected social space that is inundated by a flood of social signals that reflects the activities of the members, and contributes to the dynamic of the interaction. In this context, the participants decode, process and emit information for making sense of
    this social world, and for acting upon it. The objective of this paper is to explore the implication of this setting for an application in the context of supporting creativity online. More specifically, we examine the effect of the massive circulation of this social information and its management on systems supporting the collective creative process online.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication date2013
    Number of pages4
    Publication statusPublished - 2013
    EventCreativity and Attention in the Age of the Web - Technology and Cognition Lab, The American University of Paris, Paris, France
    Duration: 1 May 20131 May 2013
    Conference number: 2013
    http://ac.aup.fr/~croda/tclab/creativity&attentionWorkshop2013.html#

    Workshop

    WorkshopCreativity and Attention in the Age of the Web
    Number2013
    LocationTechnology and Cognition Lab, The American University of Paris
    CountryFrance
    CityParis
    Period01/05/201301/05/2013
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    Nabeth, T., Razmerita, L., & Kirchner, K. (2013). Creativity and the Management of Attention with Social Media. Paper presented at Creativity and Attention in the Age of the Web, Paris, France.
    Nabeth, Thierry ; Razmerita, Liana ; Kirchner, Kathrin. / Creativity and the Management of Attention with Social Media. Paper presented at Creativity and Attention in the Age of the Web, Paris, France.4 p.
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    2013. Paper presented at Creativity and Attention in the Age of the Web, Paris, France.

    Research output: Contribution to conferencePaperResearchpeer-review

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    Nabeth T, Razmerita L, Kirchner K. Creativity and the Management of Attention with Social Media. 2013. Paper presented at Creativity and Attention in the Age of the Web, Paris, France.