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PHD THESIS – presentation & discussion

The thesis in details
sorry, just in italian for the moment…

Cooperative design knowledge.
Creative actions overlook sharing practice.

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PHD THESIS – introduction & summary

Cooperative design knowledge.
Creative actions overlook sharing practice.

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This doctoral program researched the issues of knowledge production and sharing within design communities.
Starting from the exploration of the local and contextual environment of tools and resources that are usually considered as design knowledge, it suggests a possible cross-field between the field of design knowledge management and the knowledge production practices that typify the cooperation within networks.

[Research context]
This cross-field bases on the increasing presence and significance of the digital knowledge within the wide context of knowledge systems. Internet is considered as a world of fresh inspiration for cooperation and sharing, that offers to contemporary practitioners technology patterns useful to the (digital) knowledge management, and also suggests the existence of a culture that has cognitive and social relevance in the topic of knowledge as public and commons undertaking. In fact the idea of network unveils new and effective organizational, social and productive models, and reveals latent and primary questions for our society: the extension, the meaning, the rules and the features of our own digital nature, which existence is widely recognized (chapter 1).
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Network shapes design activities. ICT supporting open and shared design processes

This paper has been presented in 2007 at IASDR Conference in Hong Kong.
Emerging Trends in Design Research, 12 – 15 November,2007.
School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
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Network shapes design activities. ICT supporting open and shared design processes

get the full text proceeding | by Francesca Valsecchi, Paolo Ciuccarelli
Keyword: digital community, ICT tools, design knowledge sharing

Abstract

The network paradigm refers to individuals as being continually involved in processes of sharing and being able to organize into creative communities of practice and knowledge.
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