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Opportunities and Barriers for Analog, Digital, and Hybrid Creativity Support Tools

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Opportunities and Barriers for Analog, Digital, and Hybrid Creativity Support Tools. / Biskjaer, Michael Mose; Dalsgaard, Peter.

Proceedings of the 30th Anniversary Heron Island Conference on Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design. ed. / John Gero; Mary Lou Maher. Sydney, Australia : Key Centre of Design Computing, University of Sydney, Australia, 2019. (The Heron Island Conference Series on Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design).

Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/proceedingArticle in proceedingsResearchpeer-review

Harvard

Biskjaer, MM & Dalsgaard, P 2019, Opportunities and Barriers for Analog, Digital, and Hybrid Creativity Support Tools. in J Gero & ML Maher (eds), Proceedings of the 30th Anniversary Heron Island Conference on Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design. Key Centre of Design Computing, University of Sydney, Australia, Sydney, Australia, The Heron Island Conference Series on Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design.

APA

Biskjaer, M. M., & Dalsgaard, P. (2019). Opportunities and Barriers for Analog, Digital, and Hybrid Creativity Support Tools. In J. Gero, & M. L. Maher (Eds.), Proceedings of the 30th Anniversary Heron Island Conference on Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design Key Centre of Design Computing, University of Sydney, Australia. The Heron Island Conference Series on Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design

CBE

Biskjaer MM, Dalsgaard P. 2019. Opportunities and Barriers for Analog, Digital, and Hybrid Creativity Support Tools. Gero J, Maher ML, editors. In Proceedings of the 30th Anniversary Heron Island Conference on Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design. Sydney, Australia: Key Centre of Design Computing, University of Sydney, Australia. (The Heron Island Conference Series on Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design).

MLA

Biskjaer, Michael Mose and Peter Dalsgaard "Opportunities and Barriers for Analog, Digital, and Hybrid Creativity Support Tools". and Gero, John Maher, Mary Lou (editors). Proceedings of the 30th Anniversary Heron Island Conference on Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design. Sydney, Australia: Key Centre of Design Computing, University of Sydney, Australia. (The Heron Island Conference Series on Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design). 2019.

Vancouver

Biskjaer MM, Dalsgaard P. Opportunities and Barriers for Analog, Digital, and Hybrid Creativity Support Tools. In Gero J, Maher ML, editors, Proceedings of the 30th Anniversary Heron Island Conference on Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design. Sydney, Australia: Key Centre of Design Computing, University of Sydney, Australia. 2019. (The Heron Island Conference Series on Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design).

Author

Biskjaer, Michael Mose ; Dalsgaard, Peter. / Opportunities and Barriers for Analog, Digital, and Hybrid Creativity Support Tools. Proceedings of the 30th Anniversary Heron Island Conference on Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design. editor / John Gero ; Mary Lou Maher. Sydney, Australia : Key Centre of Design Computing, University of Sydney, Australia, 2019. (The Heron Island Conference Series on Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design).

Bibtex

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