Visit the JHI permanent exhibition "What we’ve been unable to shout out to the world" with your Explainit personal guide

Written by: Jewish Historical Institute
Use the Explainit app while visiting the permanent exhibition "What we’ve been unable to shout out to the world" at the Jewish Historical Institute. The exhibition is dedicated to the Underground Archive of the Warsaw Ghetto and its creators from the secret organization Oneg Shabbat. Scan QR codes at the exhibition and listen to recordings on your smartphone.

How to listen to the recordings at the exhibition "What we’ve been unable to shout out to the world”?

  1. Install a free app Explainit – available on Google Play for Android or on AppStore for iOS.
  2. Make sure you have your headset ready, your mobile phone is equipped with a camera able to scan QR codes and internet connection. We have a free Wi-Fi for visitors at Jewish Historical Institute, just scan the QR code below to access it.3.
  3. Turn your GPS/location services on.
  4. Use the Explainit app to scan the QR codes at the exhibition and listen to the audioguide. After scanning the first code, all audio recordings available at the exhibition will appear in the menu on the screen of your phone.

 

Download the Explainit instruction leaflet in pdf format:

 

 

Narrative has been prepared as a part of The Oneg Szabat Program.

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