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- 2015: Special education teacher Tony Cole introduces IWitness to teachers who are part of University College London (UCL)’s Beacon School in Holocaust Education program.
- 2014: Partnership with the Centre for Holocaust Education, Institute of Education, University of London, to develop IWitness adoption among teachers in UK.
- 2013: Developing education cooperation with London-based The BradField Company Ltd., producers of Inanimate Alice.
- 2016: USC Shoah Foundation staff present New Dimensions in Testimony at Sheffield Documentary Film Festival. NDT wins the festival's Audience and Jury prizes in the Alternate Realities Interactive category.
Additional education resources developed in the UK
- 2010: Lesson featuring two interviews from the Visual History Archive was produced through the Holocaust Education Development Programme, at the Institute of Education, University of London. HDEP will continue using USC Shoah Foundation interviews in its existing framework of continuing professional development for teachers in England via combination of face-to-face workshops and virtual learning environment.
- 2007: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley) and USC Shoah Foundation collaborated to produce Holocaust: The Events and their Impact on Real People, a 192 page book and DVD, that includes 45-60 minutes of selected clips from 51 testimonies pulled from Visual History Archive, intended for parents, educators, and sixth grade children (11 yrs and older).
- 2007: Holocaust Educational Trust works with USC Shoah Foundation to produce Recollections: Eyewitnesses Remember the Holocaust, an interactive DVD ROM and DVD. Recollections won a BAFTA and was distributed to schools across the UK for free.