League for Innovation

The League is an international organization dedicated to catalyzing the community college movement. They host conferences and institutes, develop Web resources, conduct research, produce publications, provide services, and lead projects and initiatives with  member colleges, corporate partners, and other agencies in our continuing efforts to make a positive difference for students and communities. WIDS works in partnership with the League to offer instructional design training, software, and consulting to League member organizations.


ModuMath Basic Math and Algebra software is designed for learners who need a refresher or remediation in math. The interactive multimedia software includes prescriptive tests, video-based tutorials, quizzes and a management system for instructors.

WIDS CurriculumBank

WIDS LogoWIDS CurriculumBank provides access to private client pages, and requires a login.

Wisconsin Technical College System

The 16 colleges that comprise the Wisconsin Technical College System offer over 300 curricular offerings on campus and via distance learning. Each year the system serves over 450,000 students of all ages and backgrounds. Each of the 16 colleges is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. The Wisconsin Technical Colleges have worked together since 1992 to fund, develop, and continually improve WIDS. All 16 colleges use WIDS to develop, review, and document performance-based curriculum in all academic disciplines and technical career preparation areas.

Wisconsin Technical College System Foundation

The parent organization for WIDS, the Wisconsin Technical College System Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation dedicated to advancing technical and adult education. Since 1977 the Foundation has successfully helped educational organizations develop and acquire instructional materials and equipment. As a facilitator of collaborative ventures among the 16 Wisconsin Technical Colleges, the Foundation undertook the development, support, and continual improvement of WIDS since WIDS inception in 1992. 

Wisconsin Technical College System Office

The Wisconsin Technical College System Office helps to fund, supports, endorses, advises, and uses the WIDS model, software, training, and services. All system-wide curriculum is developed in WIDS and disseminated through the WTCS CurriculumBank.

Yahara Software

The WIDS application is hosted by Yahara Software on servers co-located at SupraNet Communications Data Center in Madison, Wisconsin. The hosting facility is SAS 70 compliant and provides exceptional state-of-the-art security capabilities related to infrastructure/facilities, back-up, disaster recovery, and change management. Yahara has developed, and hosts, solutions with secure client data for municipal, healthcare, financial services, and insurance organizations.