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Online Resources

Practical guides for people living with learning disabilities, with tips for parents and teachers and many more topics.

American history materials digitized by the Library of Congress. A great resource for teachers, students, or anyone interested in learning more about American history through interactive exhibits and primary source documents

Job descriptions and requirements at Madison Public Library

Find local businesses, people, and places. Use the aerial feature for close display of local places.  Provides more detail than Google Maps for zooming in on local addresses.

Mad City Homes provides flatt fee MLS and FSBO advertising for home sellers in South Central WI.

The downtown Madison Public Library has an extensive collection of Madison area high school yearbooks. If a school listed below has a weblink that says "in LINKcat", that means that yearbook is listed in the LINKcat catalog. Clicking on the link takes you into the catalog, where you can see which years are available at the library. Copies are available to view in person at the Central library, please check at the Reference Desk.

Infant, preschool, and after-school programs accredited by the City of Madison's Child Care Unit, as well as referrals for low-income families and other child care information for city of Madison residents.

The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art is a nonprofit, independent organization that exists to exhibit, collect, preserve, and interpret modern and contemporary art.

A virtual community providing recommendations for notable music performances in the Madison, Milwaukee and Chicago markets, show reviews and photography.

Beginning in early 2008, the City embarked on a process to create a plan for the future of downtown. This site is devoted to providing current information on the project and process, including: upcoming meetings, results of previous meetings, background information, maps, data, and other resources. It also provides information on the multiple opportunities to become involved in this important and exciting endeavor.

Madison Senior Center involves older adults in their community and the Senior Center, as leaders, teachers and learners; provides a balance, diverse and coordinated program; and promotes the Senior Center as a model for the aging and aged.

Information for Madison residents on recycling common materials such as glass, newspaper, aluminum, cardboard, office paper, phone books, and leaves/yard waste.

Current and extended forecasts for Madison, Wisconsin, and other major U.S. cities.

Madison with Kids is dedicated to keeping local families, child care providers and visitors in the loop with the most thorough, up-to-date listing of events and activities to do around town with kids since 2008. Madison with Kids aims to celebrate time as a family, and encourages parents to provide a variety of opportunities for their kids to experience community life by playing, learning, socializing, staying active and getting familiar with life in and around Madison, WI. Preschool Life is a related site.