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Blog: Through Testimony
Blog Posts by Claudia Wiedeman
February 5, 2014
I first learned about Helena Horowitz’s life history when I found her testimony as I searched through the archive in IWitness the Institute’s educational website featuring the testimonies of survivors and other witnesses to the Holocaust and other genocides.
About Claudia Wiedeman
Dr. Claudia Ramirez Wiedeman joined USC Shoah Foundation in 2013 as Associate Director – Educational Technologies and Training. Her duties include strategic, content, and teacher professional development related to the Institute’s flagship web-based educational tool, IWitness, which is designed to make the Institute’s Visual History Archive accessible to educators and students around the world. Dr. Wiedeman earned her PhD from UCLA in Education and with an emphasis in applied linguistics and her specialties include K-12 teacher education and professional development, literacy and second language acquisition, curriculum assessment and design, trans-media literacy, and qualitative research methods. Dr. Wiedeman serves on the Board of the Weingart East Los Angeles YMCA and is also a member of the International Society for Technology in Education and the American Educational Research Association.