On 10 December 2018, Malin Thor Tureby participated in the workshop “Research-Driven Digitization – Data-Driven Research: Opportunities and Consequences”, which was organized at the Nordic Museum in Stockholm by the National Heritage Board and the Nordic Museum. The workshop encouraged interaction and cooperation between universities and memory institutions with a view to exploring digitization and uses of digitized materials in archives and collections. Key discussions that emerged during the workshop revolved around questions such as: How to facilitate navigation in the digital world that today is a reality for both the scientific community and memory institutions? What are the opportunities and implications of digitalization for research in the humanities? How can memory institutions and the research community jointly develop strategies for digitization that will be useful and used in research?