My research is motivated by the possibilities to improve and advance communication and collaboration in today’s highly networked society. Most of my research activities can be organized into four main themes: collaborations in the digital domain, digital media, data analytics and visualization, and IT in practice and learning. While some of my research favors positivist quantitative methods, my current research effort gives a significant amount of attention to mixed-methods and qualitative research approach. I am especially fond of activity theory and phenomenology, which have equipped me with new capabilities to understand the many interwoven pieces of our human society. I believe that scholarly work should improve our insights and provide meaningful and relevant suggestions for actions that can change our lives and the world we live in.