Last Updated: Mar 14, 2016
If students use resources other than recommended library databases and websites, students will fill out web evaluation sheet to confirm that resources are valid and trustworthy resources.
Elie Wiesel shares his fears that the world has not learned from the mistakes of hatred during the Holocaust in this interview with Professor Georg Klein.
Database Password GoogleDoc. The little blue circle with the i on it provides information on citing the database using NoodleTools.
- World at War (ABC-CLIO)
- Britannica Image Quest
Access more than two million rights-cleared images.
Searching for holocaust images: Use specific keywords, such as
jewish ghettos world war II
jewish concentration camps
- Gale Databases (TEL)
Databases include scholarly journals, magazine articles, and newspapers. Scan databases to select Expanded Academic ASAP and use keywords to find articles on your topic.
Use to create citations and to organize notes.
- Salem Online: History
E-books featuring great events and biographies of famous (and infamous) individuals provide helpful resources for many subject areas: Encyclopedia of American Immigration; Decades; Great Events from History; Great Lives from History; Notorious Lives; Milestone Documents; and Musicians and Composers.
Daily Life During the Holocaust
Call Number: 940.53 SOU
Publication Date: 1998
Use index to locate topics such as concentration camps, ghettos, rescues, and Nuremberg Trials.
Call Number: 943.086 BAR
Publication Date: 2005
Use index for topics such as concentration camps, holocaust (beginning of), Laws Against the Overcrowding of German Schools, and Nuremberg Race Laws.
Smoke and Ashes
Call Number: 940.53 ROG
Publication Date: 2002
Use index to search topics such as ghettos, concentration camps, resistance, and righteous.