Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust. A remarkable resource
from the Florida Center for Instructional Technology, University of
South Florida. The site includes the people and events of the
Holocaust through photographs, documents, art, music, movies, and
literature; and has recently added over a thousand new
resources for teachers and students.
of Tolerance. The educational arm of the Simon
Weisenthal Center, this high-tech hands-on museum was founded to
confront bigotry and racism and to understand the Holocaust in
historical and contemporary contexts.
Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas
has information about direct service volunteering and promoting
social justice. Programs include a Youth Against Prejudice
Shoah Resource Center has a large collection of primary sources from
the archives of Yad Vashem Israel Holocaust Memorial, including
original Holocaust-era documentation (in English), letters and
diaries written by Jews during the Holocaust, photographs and
original documentation, testimonies of Holocaust survivors and
excerpts from survivorís memoirs.
Virtual Library is the most
comprehensive online Jewish encyclopedia in the world, with more
than 8,000 articles and 3,000 photographs and maps.
University of Minnesota Center for Genocide and Holocaust Studies
site includes a virtual museum with online art exhibits of Holocaust
art and artistic responses to the Holocaust (including Dr. Fischís
Light From the Yellow Star).
Cybrary of the Holocaust has resources for teachers, students, and
adult scholars including witness testimonies, interactive maps, art
projects and an online bookstore with more than 2000 titles.