An annotated list of Holocaust-related educational resources, maintained by the Mining Company.
Books on the Holocaust
A bibliography of books on the Holocaust, divided into 7 categories: Victims, Resistance and Rescue, World Reaction, Arts and Literature, Historical Fiction, Aftermath and Overview. Maintained by the Westport Public Library.
A bibliography of books on the Holocaust maintained by the Berkeley Public Library Teen Services.
Do You Know? Will You Remember? Books & Websites about the Holocaust for Young Adults
This page, by Karen L. Simonetti, sumamrizes eleven books about the Holocaust for young adults, as well as various Holocaust links.
Teaching the Holocaust
A guide to an interdisciplinary and computerized program teaching the Holocaust through the use of stamps, pictures, text and paintings by children of the Holocaust.
A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
An overview of the people and events of the Holocaust, through text, photographs, art and literature. Also includes an annotated list of Holocaust-related software. Sponsored by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology, College of Education, University of South Florida.
Anne Frank Online. (See also The Anne Frank House.)
The Holocaust: Questions and Activities for Thought and Discussion
Discussion questions and activities being used by one high school as a guide for visiting the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Responses to the Holocaust: A Hypermedia Sourcebook for the Humanities
"Intended to introduce the viewer/reader to the various discourses, disciplines, media and institutions that have produced significant critical and theoretical positions and discussions concerning the Nazi Genocide of the Jews of Europe, 1933-45."
Anti-Bias Teacher Education Project
Study guides for using Schindler's List effectively in the classroom (Teaching Schindler), and for exploring the responses of ordinary people during the Holocaust (Deathly Silence: Everyday People in the Holocaust).
The Holocaust: A Tragic Legacy
An interactive, multimedia site developed for ThinkQuest, an annual competition that challenges students, ages 12 to 19, to use the Internet as a collaborative, interactive teaching and learning tool.
Classroom Focus: Two Holocaust-Related Lessons
Two Holocaust-related lessons by Paul Wieser, one on the U.S. Press and the Holocaust, the second on Anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1942. Also included are maps by George F. McCleary, Jr., Darin T. Grauberger, and Michael G. Noll, and a chronology of the Holocaust by Stephen Feinberg. (Note: This document is in pdf format and can be read only with Adobe's free Acrobat Reader software.)
Education...A Legacy Forum for Teaching the Holocaust
A site for teachers to exchange lesson plans, share new ideas, and help students learn. Sponsored by the Cybrary of the Holocaust.
Online Education Web Sites
An annotated list of educational sites. Also sponsored by the Cybrary of the Holocaust.
Learning about the Holocaust
Guidelines for Teaching, a Brief History of the Holocaust, Five Questions about the Holocaust, Children and the Holocaust, and an annotated videography. Sponsored by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
The Holocaust Studies Center at the Bronx High School of Science
Education and research guides; multimedia, poetry, songs, literature, etc.