located in the Curriculum Materials Department of the Library,
provides Holocaust Education resources for teachers
- The Anne Frank House
- Part of a walking tour of Amsterdam this brief description of the Anne Frank House Museum gives a bit of its history.
- The Anti-Defamation League
- Fighting anti-Semitism through programs and services counteracting hatred, bigotry, and prejudice. Information, catalogs, speakers, and subject search resources.
- The Cheng Library Holocaust Collection
- Located on low bookshelf in Curriculum Materials Department, this collection provides Holocaust Education resources for teachers. Additional Holocaust materials are available in the Library's general collection.
- Cybrary of the Holocaust
- Text-based learning materials and a section on historical perspectives and study are noteworthy. A unique web resource.
- Holocaust Resources
- A meta-site for links to bibliographies, organizations, and especially links to information regarding Gypsies as victims of the Holocaust.
- I*EARN Holocaust/Genocide Project
- A project of the International Education and Resource Network (I*EARN) which involves schools around the world. A highlight is its annual student-produced magazine, An End to Intolerance.
- N.J. Commission on Holocaust Education
- Includes the N.J. Curriculum Outline for Holocaust Education, K through grade 12, and sample lesson plans. Also features lists of demonstration sites, Holocaust Centers and Holocaust events.
- Nizkor Project
- A website focusing on the Holocaust and attempts to deny it.
- Safe Haven
- Through photos and interviews, this website tells the stories of the 982 refugees at Fort Ontario in Oswego, NY, the only American camp for Jewish refugees of the Holocaust.
- Simon Wiesenthal Center
- Highlights contemporary examples of bigotry and antisemitism, including hate on the Internet. The feature, "Children of the Holocaust," is dedicated to the youngest victims of the Holocaust.
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
- The national memorial in Washington, D.C., is the source of documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history. The site includes a database, links, and museum information.