Talking Book and Braille Library
The Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library (WTBBL) provides audio and braille of books, magazine, and newspapers, as well as audio-described DVDs and videos to people living in Wisconsin who cannot see regular print or handle print materials. The Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library is funded throughout the National Library Service, the Department of Public Instruction and the Milwaukee Public Library.
GROWING WISCONSIN READERS
GROWING WISCONSIN READERS is a new program designed to support early literacy projects that encourage reading with young children and their caregivers. "Reading is a crucial skill for success in life" says State Superintendent Tony Evers. "Research tells us that the period from birth to kindergarten is pivotal to early literacy and language development." Click here to visit the Growing Wisconsin Readers new website!
FREE BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS COURSE
Computers touch most employment and nearly every education scenario today. Everyone needs to know how to use a computer, navigate the Internet, and read and respond to emails to register with a job center, or apply for jobs.