About the Site
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About the Site Creator
This site was constructed as part class project, part volunteer project (and labor of love) for the Progressive Librarians Guild by Sarah Henriksson. The intent was to bring a new look to the old, out-dated website that the PLG had been using prior to the upgrade. Sarah is currently an MLIS student at San Jose State University who also works full-time as the librarian at a trade school in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has done basic HTML coding for websites--the old website for the library in which she works and the PLG's old website--for well over two years.
Sarah was introduced to the PLG by one of her first instructors, Susan Maret, who is on the PLG Editorial Board. Now an honorary PLG member, Sarah has continued to assist the organization by volunteering to help maintain the website. You can connect with her through her blog and Twitter.
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