New Interface for Wisconsin Digital Archives

The Wisconsin Digital Archives has a newly redesigned end-user interface! The new interface includes responsive features that allow for the collection to adapt to any screen size making the Wisconsin Digital Archives easy to use on mobile devices. The new interface also includes features to enhance the usability, performance and accessibility of the Wisconsin Digital Archives in compliance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.  Features include text alternatives for non-text content and configurations that allow for assistive technology to better navigate the collection.

The Wisconsin Digital Archives contains more than 15,000 state government documents published starting in 2001-current from the executive and judicial branches and various boards, councils, task forces and commissions. As part of the statutorily mandated Wisconsin Document Depository Program, this collection is in active development, with new content added each month.

The Wisconsin Digital Archives has Quick Links on the homepage to most frequently used state documents including a variety of statistics, master plans from the Dept. of Natural Resources, and resources designed for teachers to use in the classroom. Looking for something more specific? We have you covered with all new search guides.  These guides are designed to make you an expert searcher in no time! Need help finding something? We’re here to help! Email statedocuments@dpi.wi.gov .

Post written by: Abby Swanton, Resources for Libraries and Lifelong Learning

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