When the new ITS website was launched in March 2016, the number of online inquiries rose immediately. In the first three months, until the end of June, the ITS received 13 percent more inquiries via its online form, which is available in German, English, French, and Russian, as well as Polish since mid-2016.
The website is optimized for smart phones and tablets for improved mobile use. A special introduction to the various activities of the ITS is offered for different target groups. The website explains the 70-year-old mandate of the ITS for the victims of Nazi persecution and their families. It also provides information about current research and education programs, the collections in the archive, and the international network of the ITS.
Vivid impression of the ITS
Since June 2016, a new Facebook page has offered more insights into the daily work and network of the ITS. This quick and current medium additionally provides information about interesting documents, partnerships, visitors, less-familiar historical content, and research opportunities. The ITS has also been publishing this content and other information on Twitter since November 2016.