The Shoah Foundation Institute of the University of Southern California (USC) will hold an international workshop about the online use of video interviews on the Holocaust at the Central European University of Budapest later this week. The three-day seminar to start on Wednesday will focus on how the life stories of survivors and witnesses can be used as a historical source.The participants will examine links between the new media and Holocaust education, and identify the chances, tasks and challenges of education in an online environment. The USC Shoah Foundation Institute was founded in 1994 by Steven Spielberg, director of the classic film on the subject, Schindler’s List, to gather and preserve video testimonies from survivors and other witnesses of the Holocaust. Its archives, the largest of its kind in the world, holds nearly 52,000 testimonies in 32 languages, representing 56 countries.