From the nonprofit Shoah Foundation comes “Surviving Auschwitz: Five Personal Journeys,” a new online exhibit that takes a look at the extraordinary lives of five men and women who lived through the tragedies of the Holocaust. Organized around an interactive map of the world that traces the survivors’ paths across five continents, the web site seeks to demonstrate how the shared experience of the Holocaust affected individuals from a diverse mix of cultures and backgrounds. Geared toward students in grades 8-12, the site uses four hours of video testimony from the Shoah Foundation’s archive. In October, lesson plans and other teaching resources also will be available for downloading from the web site. “Surviving Auschwitz” is the third in series of online exhibits commemorating the Holocaust and the lives of Holocaust survivors. Other Holocaust exhibits accessible from the Shoah Foundation web site include “Voices of the Holocaust: Children Speak” and “Survivors: Testimonies of the Holocaust.”