Online Resources for Your Planning and Instruction
We understand how critical it is for you to have dependable websites that contain ready-to-go activities to use with your students. The information below is designed to provide you with a strong starting point.
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Reputable Holocaust Websites
The following websites have been vetted and approved by the Stan Greenspon Center as valid and reliable sources regarding the Holocaust, antisemitism, and Jewish Heritage. If you are looking for support for combating rising hatred, please visit our page devoted to how to respond to those challenges today.
Online Resources to Combat Misinformation, Denial, and Distortion
As the internet and social media continue to grow and evolve, it's important to ensure that the information you're citing is factual. The resources below are designed to help you and your students determine the difference between a factual resource and propaganda.
- USHMM: How to Identify Reputable Historical Sources
- USHMM: Combating Holocaust Denial and Origins of Holocaust Denial
- USHMM: Holocaust Deniers And Public Misinformation
- Common Sense Media: What Is Media Literacy, and Why Is It Important?
- Allsides: AllSides shares how media sources from different political perspectives report the news.