In Omsk, parents and students had difficulty finding extracurricular activities adequate for their interests, age, and area of residency because the information was scattered through multiple catalogues or websites. To address this, the city created a website to provide thorough and up-to-date information on all private and public establishments. The website has been described as the “Skyscanner” of supplementary education. Users only need to input their location and activity of interest to find the best matches. The website also features a local events calendar, email notifications, and a comment section for every entry.