Which advantages does the content management in Knowledgeworker Create offer you?

Simple management of complex and multifaceted content.

The content created in Knowledgeworker Create is stored as knowledge modules. In that process, media, content and layouts are stored separately in a central database. This approach opens up enormous potential for you to increase your working efficiency.That puts you in a position to prepare even large quantities of training content in a structured manner.
  • Reuse and recombine

    Modularly combine knowledge modules to make new target-group-specific courses and reference them in several trainings at the same time (single-sourcing principle).

  • Structured storage

    Clearly store your media, knowledge modules and learning goals and find them again quickly using search and filter functions.

  • Refresh

    Reference instead of copying: with Knowledgeworker Create, you can reference knowledge content in final courses. That means it is very easy to keep all your content up to date: you need to make a change at only one place, and all your courses are updated automatically.

  • Coordinate collaboration

    Guarantee quality of content, transparency and efficient collaboration using the high-performance task and review management in Knowledgeworker Create.

  • Common access to content

    You regulate access to and editing of your content with individual roles and an integrated rights concept.

Insights into content management with Knowledgeworker Create


Extremely high production speed

Reuse and recombine

Knowledgeworker Create gives you the opportunity to create courses at the level of learning objectives and knowledge modules. That means you can very easily produce courses with overlapping content for different target groups (beginners/advanced learners, sales staff/final consumers, etc.), as well as localised market versions (e.g., noting cultural characteristics in images).

Everything in one place and always up to date

Structured data storage

Knowledgeworker Create has a centralised organisation for all learning content and media in a global “knowledge repository”. Here, all knowledge elements, including media (graphics, photos, animations, documents and videos, etc.) are stored centrally for reuse and are available to you so you can recombine them to make new courses suitable for target groups.By using single-sourcing, you reference content you have created instead of copying it. Accordingly, you need to make changes at only one place, and they impact all courses in which a knowledge module is used.

Find what you are looking for

Metadata and search function

Right in the start area, you and your authors will find an entry line for free text searches. The search extends to all the content to which a user has access rights via their user role. Additionally, users can restrict content searches by content type, and these searches can also be carried out within the learning objective index.

Equip your media and glossary entries with additional meta information so they can be found again easily in this manner (e.g., language, file type, media type, license information) and to guarantee they are used legally. You can assign any tags.

Secure is secure

Versioning and change history

You can manage and store content in different versions using Knowledgeworker Create. That gives you the chance to discuss different content alternatives and make a joint decision concerning the most suitable variant.

Additionally, you can determine who has made which changes to which content and when. When doing so, you can track changes for all elements like courses, learning objectives, knowledge modules, glossaries or media.


Assign responsibilities and protect content

Roles and rights

Using the rights concept based on roles and domains, you can flexibly assign individual rights to users or entire user groups. By doing this, you release functions for authors or reviewers in a targeted manner and help control the work process in larger teams.

There are many different restriction options, but they can be more easily managed using pre-made, generic sets of rights packages (roles) as well.