The Armenian National Institute (ANI) website is one of the most powerful websites dedicated to the study, research and affirmation of Armenian Genocide. It is a rich research center which contains many official documents, including official reports, US presidents' quotes, international affirmation, photos, maps, chronology, resolutions, bibliographies as well as educational resources and many other archival documents.
This site was designed to support the Virginia Department of Education’s Standards of Learning and Curriculum Framework for teachers in History/Social Sciences. These lessons and study guide on the Armenian Genocide of 1915 have been developed to address WH II, 11b: examples of other genocides (in addition to the Holocaust).
A bi-lingual (Farsi and English) historical website documenting the Armenian Genocide (1915-1923) and the Sultan Abdul Hamid Massacres 1894-1896. The website includes many official Iranian and international documents, photos, maps, videos, articles, News and articles published by BBC, including the observations of Iranian writer, Sayed Mohamad Ali Jamalzadeh, details about the visit of president Khatami to the memorial complex of Armenian Genocide, etc.
A meticulously selected list of books and articles relating to the Armenian Genocide, with a brief evaluative comment on each. Covers primary sources (Documentation, including photographs), general works, and studies covering this specific area of interest.
The Zoryan Institute for Contemporary Armenian Research and Documentation is based in both Canada and the U.S. The mission is to provide a "scholarly center devoted to the documentation, study, and dissemination of material related to the life of the Armenian people in the recent past and the present, and within the context of larger world affairs." The Website has documents and books available that would be of interest to teachers pursuing in depth courses on the Armenian Genocide. Site includes a bibliography for the 1894-96 massacres and for the denial of the Genocide; also includes a scholarly essay (assumed author Vahakn Dadrian) refuting claims made by the Turkish Embassy in Washington.
One of the best Russian language websites about the Armenian Genocide. The History of Armenian Genocide. Online news on this topic. Maps, photos, books, documents and convention in Russian.
The Genocide Education Project is a nonprofit organization that assists educators in teaching about human rights and genocide, particularly the Armenian Genocide, by developing and distributing instructional materials, providing access to teaching resources and organizing educational workshops. In addition to publishing resources and conducting teacher training workshops, they manage and maintain an online resource library for teachers at www.TeachGenocide.com where a variety of Armenian Genocide teaching material are available for download.