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Danielle Cunniff PlumerDanielle Cunniff Plumer works for the Texas State Library and Archives Commission as the Statewide Resource Sharing Coordinator. She manages the TexShare Consortium, particularly the statewide reciprocal borrowing card, and works with team members on other aspects of library resource sharing, including online resources, interlibrary loan, discovery services, and access to digitized content.

Previously, Danielle was a digital collections consultant working with cultural heritage institutions interested in putting their collections online. She coordinated the Texas Heritage Online program at the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. In that capacity, she consulted with and assisted participants from the library, archives, and museum communities who were developing digital library projects. She has also taught courses for the College of Information at the University of North Texas, the School of Information at The University of Texas at Austin, and the Public History program at Texas State University.

Danielle earned an M.S. in Information Studies at The University of Texas at Austin in 2003. Prior to that, she earned a Ph.D. in medieval English literature at the University of California, Davis.