Online Learning Opportunities 


During these unprecedented times, the Neuberger is developing opportunities for students to continue to learn about the Holocaust in unique and innovative ways through online platforms. 


We are excited to present a series of online resources for teachers and students to further their understanding and knowledge on this important history, virtually. Programs are designed to encourage independent and collective learning through critical thinking and analysis.

All programs include interactive activities, multimedia and lesson plans.


Recommended for students grades 6-12. 


Explore our latest offerings!


Online Educational Resources Launch


Explore the Neuberger's latest online educational resources with a behind the scenes look at our newest online platforms with Neuberger professionals and Holocaust Survivor & Educator, Vera Schiff.

In Their Own Words 

Take a journey through the experiences of Canadian Holocaust survivors with thematic testimony clips. Learn more.

The Unknowable 

There is so much left to discover about the Holocaust! Explore our newest online exhibition and resource that uncovers the lesser-known narratives through unique objects and artefacts. Explore the collection.

Portraits in Courage 

Discover unique stories and the fates of four individuals during the Holocaust through primary source documents, archival images and oral testimony excerpts. Access program.

Brady Resource Kit 

Learn about the Holocaust and its aftermath through the story of one family's experiences. George Brady, brother of Hana Brady, takes us on a journey from his childhood in Czechoslovakia, to his postwar years in Canada through personal artefacts, testimony clips, pictures and documents. Discover the Brady family narrative.