This publication has been developed in the framework of the project “Countering Holocaust distortion on social media. Promoting the positive use of Internet social technologies for teaching and learning about the Holocaust” (IHRA Grant Strategy 2019-2023, line 2 “countering distortion”, IHRA Grant #2020-792), https://holocaust- socialmedia.eu. The aim of the project is to provide insights and recommendations on how Holocaust museums and memorials can play a key role in safeguarding the relevant historical record and provide factually correct information. In this sense, rather than focusing on how social media can amplify distortion, antisemitism and hate speech, we have adopted a perspective according to which social media is a positive technology that may contribute to expand Holocaust knowledge and memory especially among the younger generations. The project team is composed of the following members and institutions: Stefania Manca (Institute of Educational Technology, Italian National Research Council; Project coordinator), Martin Rehm (Institute of Educational Consulting, University of Education Weingarten), Susanne Haake (Department of Media Education, University of Education Weingarten), Silvia Guetta (Department of Education, Languages, Intercultures, Literatures and Psychology, University of Florence), Donatella Persico (Institute of Educational Technology, Italian National Research Council), Davide Capperucci (Department of Education, Languages, Intercultures, Literatures and Psychology, University of Florence).

Addressing Holocaust distortion on social media. Guidelines and recommendations for memorials and museums / silvia guetta. - STAMPA. - (2022), pp. 1-63.

Addressing Holocaust distortion on social media. Guidelines and recommendations for memorials and museums

silvia guetta
2022

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This publication has been developed in the framework of the project “Countering Holocaust distortion on social media. Promoting the positive use of Internet social technologies for teaching and learning about the Holocaust” (IHRA Grant Strategy 2019-2023, line 2 “countering distortion”, IHRA Grant #2020-792), https://holocaust- socialmedia.eu. The aim of the project is to provide insights and recommendations on how Holocaust museums and memorials can play a key role in safeguarding the relevant historical record and provide factually correct information. In this sense, rather than focusing on how social media can amplify distortion, antisemitism and hate speech, we have adopted a perspective according to which social media is a positive technology that may contribute to expand Holocaust knowledge and memory especially among the younger generations. The project team is composed of the following members and institutions: Stefania Manca (Institute of Educational Technology, Italian National Research Council; Project coordinator), Martin Rehm (Institute of Educational Consulting, University of Education Weingarten), Susanne Haake (Department of Media Education, University of Education Weingarten), Silvia Guetta (Department of Education, Languages, Intercultures, Literatures and Psychology, University of Florence), Donatella Persico (Institute of Educational Technology, Italian National Research Council), Davide Capperucci (Department of Education, Languages, Intercultures, Literatures and Psychology, University of Florence).
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