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How The Cybrary is Organized
Welcome to the Cybrary at remember.org
The Cybrary is organized into six separate sections. We are doing our best to organizeand deliver the information you ask for. Many have requested a search capability here, but thatis beyond our economic and sleep deprivation means. So we focus on the human element, a circleof moderators who run their own section and invite your feedback. These are the six sections:
Moderator: Michael Declan Dunn
Our new logo has five buttons which may be selected on the graphic itself; these buttons are the major sections within the Cybrary. Look for thesebuttons when entering a different section, and always remember to return to the home page if you get lost. The home page is where the text-based Learning Materials can be found. Here you canread Gary Grobman’s important Holocaust education program, read survivors interviews, andlearn. It is separated into three sections:
- Historical Perspectives
You may also access our Links page and The Empty Mirror, our feedback sections,from the home page. We also have our guestbook for you to contact us at.
Moderator: Stuart Nichols
This new forum is a learning center of experience and research, featuring Stuart Nichols’Virtual Tour of Auschwitz, a nine part tour through 100 photographs and Stuart’s hypertext journal. This section includes bibliographies, articles donated tothe Cybrary, research, as well as Feedback for what you would like to see or share withour audience. Let Stuart know what you would like or what you have to offer. Be sureto visit this section for many new and innovative online educational efforts and shared experiences, or asStuart calls it, a community of ideas and exchange.
Moderator: Joey Korn
This amazing section was created by Joey Korn and includes:
This section is growing with interest in second generation issues, moderated by Joey Korn, whosefather Abram Korn wrote Abe’s Story. Joey shares this book in the Books by Survivors section.
The Imagine Art Gallery has four sections, with almost 50 paintings and many poemsby a group of sixth graders. Their teacher, Anne Williams, shows them how imaginationis the key to learning. She uses this to help her students learn and express theirlearning experiences. One of the most moving parts of the Cybrary.
Moderators: Harold Gordon, Joey Korn, Sidney Iwens and Leon Tabory
Books by Survivors was started by Harold Gordon in July 1995 to share his book, The Last Sunrise. This section includes excerpts, pictures, stories, and a chanceto email survivors, as well as the opportunity to purchase the books and helpthe survivors share their stories. Now we have three books online:
- The Last Sunrise by Harold Gordon
- Abe’s Story by Abram Korn, edited by Joey Korn
- How Dark the Heavens by Sidney Iwens, put on the Web with the help of Leon Tabory
This section develops each month and we hope to be adding more books. The entirebook, How Dark the Heavens, will eventually be put online.
This section has approximately 50 photos showing how the Holocaust developed. We are interestedin putting more online but need your help. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any picturesor ideas we can share with our audience, or let us know about links to sites that can help ouraudience learn. This section also includes Alan Jacobs pictures of Auschiwtz and Birkenau.
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