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Auschwitz is on facebook. Anne Frank is on youtube. The Holocaust museum is posting a tweet. The remembrance of the past is already part of the virtual world. The digital media is not only affecting our ways of communication, more and more they determine our comprehension of the past and develop new forms of remembrance and education about history: What about the history books? Will they be disused? Will the visiting of places of remembrance be needless? Will there be only virtual meetings with contemporary witnesses?

"2 million people are coming to Yad Vashem,  11million are visiting the website"

"2 million people are coming to Yad Vashem, 11million are visiting the website"

Naama Shik auf httpasts://digitalememoryonthenet

Na'ama Shik (Yad Vashem, Jerusalem) gave this speech at the panel "Global remembrance culture on the net? – Websites and educational offerings internationally" at the international conference httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet in Berlin, on April 15, 2011. Weiter...

"We have to put the archive online"

"We have to put the archive online"

Interview Na'ama Shik auf httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet 16.04.2011

Interview with Na’ama Shik (Yad Vashem, Jerusalem) at the international conference httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet in Berlin, on April 16, 2011. Research, memory and education are the main topics of the place of remembrance Yad Vashem. Weiter...

Yad Vashem and Social Media

Yad Vashem and Social Media

Naama Shik auf httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet 15.04.2011

Na'ama Shik (Yad Vashem, Jerusalem) gave a speech about "Remembrance and Social Networks" at the international conference httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet in Berlin, on April 15, 2011. Weiter...

Anne Frank on Youtube and Facebook

Anne Frank on Youtube and Facebook

Ita Amahorseija auf httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet 15.04.2011

Ita Amahorseija (Anne Frank House, Amsterdam) gave a speech about "Anne Frank on Youtube and Facebook" at the international conference httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet in Berlin, on April 15, 2011. Weiter...

Anne Frank House - strategy online and offline

Anne Frank House - strategy online and offline

Ita Amahorseija auf httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet 15.04.2011

Ita Amahorseija (Anne Frank House, Amsterdam) gave this lecture at the panel "Global remembrance culture on the net? – Websites and educational offerings internationally" at the international conference httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet in Berlin, on April 15, 2011. Weiter...

Using Advanced Technologies to Preserve Jewish Memory

Using Advanced Technologies to Preserve Jewish Memory

Edward Serotta auf httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet 15.04.2011

Edward Serotta (Centropa, Jewish Witnesses of a European Century, Vienna) gave a speech about "Using Advanced Technologies to Preserve Jewish Memory" at the international conference httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet in Berlin, held on April 14 - 16, 2011. Weiter...

Virtual Anne Frank Museum

Virtual Anne Frank Museum

Gerrit Netten auf httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet am 15.04.2011

Gerrit Netten (Anne Frank House, Amsterdam) gave this lecture at the panel "Global remembrance culture on the net? – Websites and educational offerings internationally" at the international conference httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet in Berlin, on April 15, 2011. Weiter...

US Holocaust Memorial Museum online

US Holocaust Memorial Museum online

David Klevan auf httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet 15.04.2011

David Klevan (US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington) gave this speech at the panel "Global remembrance culture on the net? – Websites and educational offerings internationally" at the international conference httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet in Berlin, on April 15, 2011. Weiter...

The Museum in the Age of Social Media

The Museum in the Age of Social Media

David Klevan auf httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet 15.04.2011

David Klevan (US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington) gave a speech about "The Museum in the Age of Social Media" at the international conference httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet in Berlin, on April 15, 2011. Weiter...

 
Veranstaltungsdokumentation (April 2011)

"httpasts://digitalmemoryonthenet"

Auschwitz bei Facebook. Anne Frank auf YouTube. Ein Tweet aus dem Holocaust Museum. - Die Erinnerung an die Vergangenheit ist längst Teil der virtuellen Welt. Digitale Medien prägen somit nicht nur die heutige gesellschaftliche Kommunikation, sie bestimmen auch zunehmend unser Verständnis der Vergangenheit und schaffen neue Formen des Erinnerns und der Vermittlung von Geschichte. Weiter...