Connects students with the past.
Engages them in the present.
Motivates them to build a better future.
With video testimony, multimedia activities and digital resources, IWitness helps facilitate active learning.
The Willesden Project
14-year-old Holocaust survivor Lisa Jura’s universal story of bravery and resilience transforms classrooms around the world in an interdisciplinary and multisensory learning experience from USC Shoah Foundation and Hold On To Your Music Foundation.
Meet Holocaust Survivor Pinchas Gutter
With Dimensions in Testimony, students and educators can ask questions that prompt real-time responses from a pre-recorded video of Pinchas—a virtual conversation, redefining inquiry-based education.
Dimensions in Testimony is supported by in-depth learning resources and available in the IWitness beta website, on desktop and mobile devices with no login required.
Support for your virtual classroom
As our local communities assess and adjust to the needs of the world community, we wanted to remind you that the IWitness Team and our standards-aligned resources remain at the ready to help you support your students’ learning.
2020 - 2021 Webinars
We look forward to having you participate in our upcoming webinars. IWitness webinars are open to anyone, and are led by education specialists and trainers at USC Shoah Foundation.