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Promoting interactivity and creativity in a science course

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Young people entering the working force are nowadays required to compete not only on skills and education but also on creative thinking. This is because creativity and innovation are a must for businesses and nations which, today more than ever, are required to compete on the creative use of the scarce resources and the identification of new ones. Thus, promoting creative thinking among students, individually and collectively, is an educator’s challenge. This paper presents the efforts made to promote creative thinking in a Human Computer Interaction course and the students’ evaluation of these efforts.

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Stylianou, V., Savva, A., & Portides, G. (2019). Promoting interactivity and creativity in a science course. In Proceedings of the 2019 SIGED International Conference on Information Systems Education and Research (pp. 126–138). Association for Information Systems Special Interest Group on Education (SIGED).

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