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Book Language: English
Audience: High School and College Students
Created date: February 26, 2020
Updated date: February 7, 2021
Target Release Date: 2021-05-18
- Peer Reviewers
Welcome teammates, collaborators, and participants! We value your attention and constructive support, including your comments and suggestions. This project began with efforts to develop Holocaust and Human Rights Education (HHRE) that are part of the US Holocaust Memorial and Museum (USHMM) and
. It was developed into an OER text project thanks to multiple Penn State University communities, including our teaching and learning with technologies (TLT) group and our PSU Libraries. It will help social sciences and humanities, among other disciplines and communities include HHRE in curricula. Please feel free to send me a message and to join our conversations!
, PhD Penn State University
An OER that helps learners and teachers provide and share Holocaust and Human Rights education. Free resource for teachers and learners who remember so that we never again should witness mass atrocities and genocides such as the Holocaust. Respecting human rights is our obligation; resilience is our strength! Three Rs for all! We welcome authors, reviewers, and other participants from all backgrounds. We value and practice diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Introduction: Roots and Branches
- iWitness testimonials from USC-Shoah Fdn.
- US Holocaust Museum (USHMM)
- Rebus_Syllabus Feb2020+12 weeks
- Quality Matters (Online Course Quality Check)
- Echoes and Reflections
- USHMM guidance for teaching Holocaust