Due to popular demand, a second WordPress training has been added for individuals who edit Fermilab webpages through WordPress and SharePoint. This class runs Thursday, December 13. For more information and to enroll, visit http://www-esh.fnal.gov/pls/default/schedule.show_course_details?cid=9839

The 2018 Earth Day Fair is just around the corner.  And to help keep everyone informed, the Environmental Protection Group has developed an Earth Day Fair website.  The website will provide details for all of the upcoming activities at Fermilab surrounding Earth Day, as well as helpful at home tips for recognizing Earth Day every day of the year.  Please take a peek and we hope to see everyone at this year’s fair! http://eshq.fnal.gov/atwork/earth/

The Fermilab Computing website has a brand new look and feel! Check out the new public website at https://computing.fnal.gov and the new internal website at http://computing.fnal.gov/atwork. Make sure to update any bookmarks linking to the previous Computing website.

Fermilab’s website was born in June 1992, thanks in part to Tim Berners-Lee, who invented the World Wide Web in 1989. Fermilab’s Ruth Pordes tells the origin story.