Typical examples of knowledge artefacts are documents, models, graphs, visualizations, notes, etc. Within KP-Lab a central form of knowledge artefacts is those appearing in a digital form (appearing, e.g. in the KPE) but as important are other kinds of knowledge artefacts (e.g. documents or plans in a paper format, or material prototypes). The specific characteristic of the use of knowledge artefacts in the context of trialogical learning is that these artefacts immediately serve the creation and finalization of the solution or product that some knowledge community is working on. One connotation of ‘knowledge artefacts’ is that they are usually dynamically produced and modified by a human being or a group of people. The term ‘knowledge artefact’ is meant in concrete terms to refer particular entities produced and modified.