Many states' curricula now require the study of the Holocaust, and some educators say that a series of CD-ROMs developed by film director Steve Spielberg is one of the most effective tools they have seen to convey the chilling events.

Spielberg helped create the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation (http://www.vhf.org), which videotapes oral histories from Holocaust survivors. Using those tapes and other information, the foundation has created a CD-ROM and an educational guide for teachers to use the material in classrooms. The foundation says more than than 14,000 copies of

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