VRA Cross-Pollinator Fellow: Ann Burns

DLF and the Kress Foundation are pleased to announce the latest award in the GLAM Cross-Pollinator Fellowship series, which sends DLF affiliate Ann Burns to the annual conference of the Visual Resources Association (VRA).  The fellowship will include conference registration thanks to a partnership with VRA.

Ann Burns is a Metadata Librarian at the University of Virginia Library. She received her MA in Architectural History from UVA and her MLIS from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Ann provides information organization and content description expertise to support the University’s teaching, learning and research initiatives. Ann works with clients to analyze projects and workflows, works to create and maintain policies for metadata application, and imagines new possibilities for metadata management and discovery. Ann’s particular research interests involve metadata for image, architectural history and archaeology resources, and she is one of the co-creators of the ArchaeoCore metadata schema for archaeology.

Read Ann’s reflection on #VRA2018 here!

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