Developed by USC Shoah Foundation – The Institute for Visual History and Education, IWalk unlocks a new window into our past. Visitors and students at authentic sites of history and memorials can discover curated IWalks—tours that connect specific locations of memory and memorialization with testimonies from survivors and witnesses of genocide, violence and mass atrocity.
IWalks are carefully curated by USC Shoah Foundation’s team of educators and scholars which help contextualize and humanize the history at sites of memory by using testimony, photographs and maps. The result is a unique multimedia experience that provides visitors a personalized learning experience at sites of memory around the world in multiple languages.
Student IWalks deepen learning by prompting students to respond to guided questions, which can be assessed by educators.