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Wisconsin: Our State, Our Story

The New Fourth-Grade History Textbook

from the Wisconsin Historical Society Press

Access to Alternate Formats

Specialized formats of this book are available in Braille, audio, large print, and electronic formats for K–12 students with disabilities.

Braille Edition

The "Wisconsin Our State, Our Story" Braille edition (catalog number 5072, five volumes, 670 pages) may be purchased or borrowed through:

Volunteer Braillists and Tapists, Inc.
517 North Segoe Rd #200
Madison, WI 53705
Phone: 608-233-0222

Large Print, Audio and Electronic Formats

Both the student textbook (ISBN 9780870203787) and Student Activity Guide (ISBN 9780870203961) of "Wisconsin: Our State, Our Story" are available in large print, audio, and electronic format through:

Wisconsin Accessible Materials and Production Services
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI)
1700 W State Street
Janesville, WI 53546-5399

Phone: 866-284-1107 Ext. 51

Follow these steps to place your order:

  • 1 - Submit a Student Information Sheet
    First step in requesting alternate formats. Use this DPI web form to submit information for the student for whom you are requesting materials. You must submit documentation of the student's disability with this form. View form

  • 2 - Make Your Book Request
    Once you've submitted the Student Information Sheet, use this DPI web form to request the books in your choice of reading mode. Some formats involve a cost to produce. View form

Required Information

  • Title: "Wisconsin: Our State, Our Story"
    Grade Level: 4
    Author: Bobbie Malone, Kori Oberle
    Publisher: The Wisconsin Historical Society Press
    Copyright Date: 2008
    ISBN: 9780870203787
  • Title: "Wisconsin: Our State, Our Story" Student Activity Guide
    Grade Level: 4
    Author: Bobbie Malone, Kori Oberle, Mary Mullen, Susan O'Leary
    Publisher: The Wisconsin Historical Society Press
    Copyright Date: 2008
    ISBN: 9780870203961

More Information

National Instructional Materials Access Center (NIMAC) is a federally funded electronic file repository that receives and stores accessible textbooks for students with disabilities in grades K–12.

State of Wisconsin NIMAS Coordinator
Jeremiah Holiday
Department of Public Instruction
Phone: 608-266-3522

National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standard (NIMAS)
Learn more about the law and get more details on who qualifies for access to alternative formats as documented by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEA 2004).

Guidance for the Implementation of NIMAS
Learn more about ordering alternate formats in Wisconsin through this bulletin (Information Update Bulletin 07.03) from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

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