It's August 23, and on this date in 1990, Tim Berners-Lee, the so-called Father of the Internet, opened the World Wide Web to new users. The rest, as they say, is history. As you know, the American School is expanding its online presence all the time. Not too long ago, we didn't have much of a presence on the World Wide Web. Now we have an informative Web site, online enrollment applications, an Online Student Center where students and parents can view student records, an Online Counselor Office where guidance counselors and school officials can track their students' progress, and we even offer online courses and online exams in select paper-based courses. Visit our Online Learning page to learn more, but don't get too used to seeing that page in its current form. Just as the World Wide Web updates often, we'll be updating that page as soon as our next batch of online learning offerings is released!
Today’s Anniversary: The World Wide Web
August 23, 2013 by