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Internet Sites:

• H-Holocaust
Resources for teachers of the holocaust.

• United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Educational Resources
From the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. Includes guidelines for teaching about the holocaust, brief history of the holocaust, children and the holocaust, an annotated videography, more.

• Cybrary of the Holocaust
This site uses art, discussion groups, photos, poems, and historical facts to educate scholars and newcomers about the holocaust.  Includes a teacher’s guide containing background material for teaching about the holocaust.

• A Teacher’s Guide to the Holocaust
 From the Florida Center for Instructional Technology in the College of Education at the University of South Florida, this guide consists of student activities, teacher resources, a Holocaust timeline, and information about the people and the music, visual art, and literature of and about the Holocaust.

• Holocaust Teacher Resource Center
A project of the Holocaust Education Foundation, Inc. in Newport News, Virginia, this site offers curriculum guides, lesson plans, essays, and information about conferences, seminars, and courses. The Foundation seeks submissions of these items as well as annotated bibliographies, book reviews, and other resources suitable for inclusion on the site.

• Holocaust Survivors
This site includes stories of Holocaust survivors for visitors to listen to and read. Also includes a historical introduction to the Holocaust, a photo gallery, an encyclopedia, and other related resources.

• Voices of the Holocaust
A collection of interviews with Holocaust survivors conducted by Dr. David Boder in 1946. The Paul V. Galvin Library of Illinois Institute of Technology has published the materials online.

• Learning About the Holocaust Through Art
“The primary goal of this project is to create a significant, high-quality resource about the art of the Holocaust for researchers, educators, students and the wider public.”

Discussion Groups:

Primarily for scholars and teachers of the holocaust on the college level.
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