Knowledge Atlases present complex topics in a clear and interactive way. Using an online tool specifically developed for this purpose by us, the different fields of knowledge are displayed similarly to a mind map. Knowledge Atlases function as a flexible alternative or supplement to conventional reporting or documentation and can be used e.g. for discussion events, research fields, or research projects.
The mind map format provides readers with a quick overview of the documented topic. In contrast to conventional reporting formats, they can interact with the atlas independently. In addition, knowledge atlases are expandable through their web integration. An atlas can thus also be used as a "living document". Integration of video material is also possible.
Clarity: Knowledge Atlases present complex topics in a clear and descriptive way. Within a short time, readers get an overview even of difficult topics.
Interactivity: Topics can be clicked on and expanded. This allows readers to interact independently with a knowledge atlas.
Wide range of applications: Knowledge atlases are suited to many projects, such as the results of a discussion, a research field, or a completed research project.
Works as a "living document": Knowledge atlases can be expanded and updated anytime. In this way, a knowledge atlas can function as a "living document" (see for example the Research Atlas on "Social cohesion" which was produced in cooperation with the Berlin University Alliance).