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Holocaust Teacher Resources - Online resource that provides educators access to Holocaust-related materials from a variety of institutions and develops original material based on the newest Holocaust research.
Learning About the Holocaust through Art - A resource that uses artwork created by Holocaust survivors to educate others about the Holocaust. The featured works themselves were created in ghettos and concentration camps. Note that this site is available in English, Russian, Hebrew, and Spanish.
The Nizkor Project - Holocaust education resource with a special emphasis on debunking Holocaust deniers.
Remember.org: A Cybrary of the Holocaust - An extensive resource that uses a variety of media (e.g., text, video, audio, visual artwork) to educate others about the Holocaust. Founded in 1995, this is one of the oldest online Holocaust resources still in existence.
University of Southern California Shoah Foundation - Steven Spielberg's Holocaust remembrance project. The entire archive (which includes over 52,000 videotaped interviews with Holocaust survivors) is internet accessible. This site is available in Polish, Russian, and Slovak.