Digital Library Resources :
Tumblebooks are animated talking picture books. Each story comes with puzzles and games as well as lesson plans and Accelerated Reader information.
The US GenWeb, Organized by county and state, this website provides you with links to all the state genealogy websites which, in turn, provide gateways to the counties.
In the fifty years between 1870 and 1920, Waukesha County grew from rural villages to lively cities and towns. The materials selected for this digital project depict many elements of Waukesha County history, primarily documenting the industries, people, and structures important to the development of Waukesha County. Many of the images come from the Warren S. O’Brien collection. O’Brien (1898-1988) was a prolific Waukesha photographer, and his work represents Waukesha County Historical Society’s most significant photographic collection.
Wisconsin Digital Archives, a growing collection of electronic state documents available in full-text. Search or browse selected documents primarily covering 2001 to current.
Download e-books, e-audiobooks, videos and music for your computer or mobile devices. This requires log-in with a library card and password.
The Wisconsin Historical Society, research portal offers databases, indices and inventories of genealogical and historical material. The portal also offers links and lists of other catalogs and resources for researchers.