BioDanielle Cunniff Plumer is a digital collections consultant working with cultural heritage institutions interested digitization, online exhibits and digital asset management systems, and digital preservation and curation. She is particularly knowledgeable in the areas of project planning and metadata creation, standards, and normalization. From 2005-2011, she coordinated the Texas Heritage Online program at the Texas State Library and Archives Commission and she is now a volunteer community representative for the Digital Public Library of America.
B.A., 1990, English and Philosophy, New Mexico State University; M.A., 1994, English, University of California, Davis; Ph.D., 1998, English, University of California, Davis; M.S. in Information Studies, 2003, The University of Texas at Austin.
|Year||Semester||Course Number||Course Title|
|2014||Summer 9 Week||INF 389K||Life Cycle Metadata for Digital Objects|
|2010||Spring||INF 385R||Survey of Digitization|
|2005||Fall||INF 385T||Special Topics in Information Science: Markup and Metadata for Electronic Texts|
|2005||Summer Session 1||INF 380W||Internet Applications|
|2004||Fall||INF 380K||Internet Applications|
|2004||Spring||INF 380K||Internet Applications|
|2004||Summer Session 1||INF 380K||Internet Applications|