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Coverage for grant MD-263893-19

MD-263893-19
Courtroom 600: An Educational Virtual Reality Encounter with the History and Legacies of the Nuremberg Trials
Kenneth Thompson, University of Connecticut

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=MD-263893-19

Reviving Holocaust History with Virtual Reality (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Jessica McBride
Publication: UConn Today
Date: 1/9/2019
Abstract: UConn researchers are developing an immersive learning experience using virtual reality (VR) and game design to bring to life archival materials from the Nuremberg Trials.
Link: https://today.uconn.edu/2019/01/reviving-holocaust-history-virtual-reality/

NEH awards ve Connecticut projects more than $100,000 (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Susan Dunne
Publication: Hartford Courant
Date: 12/10/2018
Link: https://www.courant.com/news/connecticut/hc-fea-neh-grants-connecticut-20181212-story.html

UConn Revives History with Virual Reality (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Jessica McBride
Publication: The Jewish Advocate
Date: 1/18/2019

Grant Gives New Life To Nuremberg Trials Papers Housed At UConn (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Chris Dehnel
Publication: The Patch
Date: 1/10/2019
Link: https://patch.com/connecticut/mansfield/grant-gives-new-life-nuremberg-trials-papers-housed-uconn

Digital technology offers new ways to teach lessons from the Holocaust (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Jennifer Rich
Publication: The Conversation
Date: 1/8/2019
Abstract: When it comes to understanding the horrors of the Holocaust – one of the key aims of International Holocaust Remembrance Day – most millennials are woefully lacking in knowledge. That much was laid bare in a 2018 study commissioned by the Claims Conference – an organization that supports survivors of the Holocaust.
Link: http://theconversation.com/digital-technology-offers-new-ways-to-teach-lessons-from-the-holocaust-102023

Bringing History to Life Through Virtual Reality (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Jennifer Rich
Publication: The Chronicle
Date: 1/24/2019
Abstract: Bringing to light the University of Connecticut’s roots to the famous Nuremberg trials after World War II, researchers are creating a new way to immerse oneself in history. Through the technology of virtual reality, researchers are currently developing a game designed to experience the Nuremberg trials in a way that hasn’t yet been done before.
Link: https://www.thechronicle.com/stories/20190123GAME.php


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