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Jennifer Grayburn, Ph.D.

Director of Digital Scholarship & Public Services at Schaffer Library

Jennifer Grayburn is Director of Digital Scholarship & Public Services at Schaffer Library. She has a PhD in Art and Architectural History from the University of Virginia and has worked in digital scholarship centers at UVA and Temple University libraries. Her research focuses on the use of digital resources to support teaching and research. EdSurge, CBC/Radio Canada, and the Carnegie Museum of Art have featured her work on photogrammetry and 3D printing for higher education and cultural heritage institutions. She has supported programs and course assignments using 360-degree video, 3D printing, GIS, text analysis, and virtual reality in a variety of disciplines. She has also contributed to two Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) reports on the role of academic libraries to support critical making and digital research workflows. Jennifer continues her own research on medieval Scandinavian art and literature and recently presented her 3D GIS project at the Getty-funded Advanced Topics in Digital Art History summer institute.

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October 9, 2018

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