RESOURCE: Digital Holocaust Memory and Education

Digital Holocaust Memory has recently co-created a collection of recommendations for digital interventions in Holocaust memory and education. They have “worked with more than 80 representatives from a diverse range of academic disciplines, Holocaust institutions across the world, and wider GLAM, creative and technical professionals” to create the collection, presented in multiple reports.

From the project description:

We are really pleased to be able to share with you the reports developed through the first four of these series (the next two will be published here later this year). Each report lists a number of recommendations directed towards a range of different stakeholders. Please do feel free to circulate these widely and most importantly, do get in touch via our contact form if you would like to work towards any of the recommendations. We are keen to support this work and may also be able to put you in contact with others trying to do similar work. Perhaps the most important lesson to be learnt from this project is that collaboration is key.

We are especially grateful to the number of project partners who have worked with us to co-host these workshops: The University of Bern; iRights.Lab, Germany; The Centre of Life Writing and Life History, University of Sussex; The Hebrew University; Future Memory Foundation; and the Historical Games Network.

Full reports are openly available for download.

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This post was produced through a cooperation between Emily Cukier, Michael Cummings, Mimosa Shah, and Rebekah Walker (Editors-at-Large), Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara and Linsey Ford (Editors for the week), Claudia Berger, Caitlin Christian-Lamb, Pamella Lach, Hillary Richardson and Rachel Starry (dh+lib Review Editors), and John Russell (Editor in Chief).