The Wiener Library

For the Study of the Holocaust & Genocide

Social Media


Our frequently-updated blog contains posts on a variety of subjects related to our collections and outreach efforts. Posts include book reviews, opinion pieces, and descriptions of new Library acquisitions, events, and digital projects. Blog posts are written by Library staff, interns, and volunteers.

If you are between the ages of 16-24 and interested in becoming a volunteer blogger, please contact the Learning team at to register your interest.

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Our presence on Twitter (@wienerlibrary) has steadily grown over the past several years to include over 4,000 followers. We make an effort to tweet several times every day on a variety of subjects that may be of interest to our users and the general public. Topics include updates on opening hours, events, exhibitions, workshops, and collection highlights, as well as external conferences, partnership information, and subject-related national/international news.

We also engage in national and international social media campaigns, including #explorearchives, #AskACurator Day, and #AskAnArchivist Day. Read the blog posts about our involvement in #AskACurator Day on 17 September 2014 and 16 September 2015 to see some of the highlights.

To mark the week of Holocaust Memorial Day 2017, the Wiener Library hosted its fifth annual Social Media Debate. This year’s topic was: Refugees or Migrants? Discussing Forced Migration Online?

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We aim to update our Facebook page about once a week with more detailed descriptions of Library events, exhibitions, digital resources, collection highlights, and other Library news. 

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On our newest social media platform, we will use the medium of photography to provide a behind-the-scenes look at our daily work and special projects, including exhibitions, events, and volunteering. We update our Instagram page at least three times a week.

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On our YouTube channel, you can watch a number of short videos made for and about the Library. Learn about the history of the Library, explore our important collections, and watch Holocaust survivor, Otto Deutsch, give his testimony during a Library event. 

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Our Pinterest page is made up of nearly 200 pins related to our Library collections, exhibitions, and events. These pins make up more than 10 visual pin boards, including Collection Features, 2014 Girlguiding Summer Exhibition, and 2014 Book Art Competition

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We primarily use our LinkedIn page for major announcements, such as the launch of a new temporary exhibition or job openings at the Library. This platform also allows for our staff to connect their personal profiles to our company profile for visibility.

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