- Collaborative mapping (co-creating knowledge maps as a group)
- Technologies for creating visual knowledge maps
- Using knowledge mapping for action planning
To learn more, read our Practical Mapping book
Filled with illustrations and navigational aids such as “travel tips,” this book guides you through all phases of the practical research and evaluation process. Authors Bernadette Wright and Steven E. Wallis bring an important addition to the process: the practical mapping technique for visualizing, evaluating, and measurably improving your knowledge of your program or topic.
As practical researchers and program evaluators, our job is to provide new understandings that inform planning and action. We can think of those understandings as knowledge maps….We wrote this book to provide you with techniques for building better knowledge maps. This way, you can maximize the usefulness of your research and have a greater positive impact on the world. (p. 2)