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THIS IS THE SUMMARY! PLS REPLY ASAP! IT'S FOR TOMMOROW! THANKS.

- Nowadays, there are approximately 300,000 Holocaust survivors still living, which 80,000 of them in .

Zvi Schwartzman, an offspring to a Holocaust survivor, has decided to create a project which provides a quick access of tracing relatives who survived the Holocaust. Lately, Zvi has been working on a unique project which will cooperate with high-school students finding lost relatives of Holocaust survivors via blogs (Online diaries) on the Google search engine: The pupils will interview a survivor and write his details and it will be posted on a blog devoted to the survivor. The posted information will be implemented by a technique of automatic connections between similar blogs' topics. Afterwards, the pupils will search other databases (like that of Yad-Vashem) for additional facts about the survivor, and these will be added to the blog. People who read the blogs will be able to post comments.

A pilot project has already begun at two schools: Katznelson in Kfar Saba and Mossinson in Hod Hasharon. Additionally, in order to increase the amount of blogs, Schwartzman has also asked the Education Ministry to make the project part of the curriculum.
Moreover, a similar project was initiated in which cooperates with the Israeli project, and supply additional information about lost relatives.
THIS IS THE SUMMARY! PLS REPLY ASAP! IT'S FOR TOMMOROW! THANKS.


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- There are currently approximately 300,000 Holocaust survivors still living, of whom 80,000 live in .

Zvi Schwartzman, the child of a Holocaust survivor, has decided to create a project that provides the ability to quickly trace relatives who survived the Holocaust. Lately, Zvi has been working on a unique project in cooperation with high-school students; this project will find lost relatives of Holocaust survivors via blogs (online diaries) using the Google search engine. The pupils will interview a survivor and write his or her details, and wil then post a blog devoted to the survivor. The posted information will be implemented [not sure what word you want here] through? by a technique of automatic connections between similar blog topics. Afterwards, the pupils will search other databases (like that of Yad-Vashem) for additional facts about the survivor, and these will be added to the blog. People who read the blogs will be able to post comments.

A pilot project has already begun at two schools: Katznelson in Kfar Saba and Mossinson in Hod Hasharon. Additionally, in order to increase the number of blogs, Schwartzman has also asked the Education Ministry to make the project part of the curriculum.

Additionally, a similar project was initiated in in cooperation with the Israeli project, and supplied additional information about lost relatives.

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There is some weirdness going on with your font. I've made some suggested corrections. I'm not sure what you meant by implemented.

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