Sheri German teaches web standards development at the Government Printing Office Federal Institute for Printing and Electronic Publishing. She also teaches web technology and technology education at Montgomery College in Rockville, MD, and provides hands-on tutorials for the Washington Apple Pi MUG. In her own web design work, she concentrates on websites for people in the arts and has created many sites for dancers, musicians, and writers. Sheri is an Adobe Education Leader and Certified Dreamweaver MX 2004 Developer. Along with Kim Cavanaugh, she is the author of The Dreamweaver 8 Visual Encyclopedia (ISBN: 0471751766). Her other writing activities include contributing author to the Washington Apple Pi Journal, training materials for classes, and articles for Community MX, where she is the partner in charge of the JumpStarts (Dreamweaver standards templates) program. Sheri has an MA in Music, and when she is not developing websites or teaching, she listens to classical music or takes ballet classes. She lives in Maryland with her husband, two children, three cats, and a dog.

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