Jennifer Grayburn is the Director of Digital Scholarship and Public Services at Union College in Schenectady, NY. She received her PhD in Art and Architectural History from the University of Virginia, with a focus on the art and literature of the medieval North Sea world. As a graduate student, she held the positions of Praxis Fellow Project Manager and Makerspace Technologist in the Scholars’ Lab, where she started her research on the critical use of 3D models and 3D printing in the classroom. Jennifer expanded her research on critical making and digital pedagogy as a CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow at Temple University and applied these pedagogical concepts as a consultant for the Carnegie Museum of Art’s Copy + Paste exhibition. Her research interests include critical making, digital pedagogy, historical GIS, medieval Scandinavian art and architecture, and Old Icelandic texts.