|Interested in learning more about aspects of Jewish life? The following links
will take you to sites on the Internet we think you might enjoy.
Note: We’ll try to keep this page as up to date as possible, but realize that the Internet changes frequently and you may discover that one of these links no longer works.
|These links go to topics related to Judaism.||Rabbi Amy Scheinerman hosts a wonderful resource for information on basic Judaism, explaining things in clear language. Nextbook is an online gateway to news about Jewish books and culture. They feature a lively, eclectic cultural news digest with fresh links each day to book reviews and other stories.
Jewish Coalition for Service is a network of Jewish service organizations that provide opportunities for Jewish youth and adults to engage in tikkun olam (repair of the world). Their website provides a gateway to long-term opportunities locally, nationally, and internationally.
Maven, “the virtual know-it-all”
Jewish Values Online, a reference site where you can research or ask a question and receive answers concerning Jewish values, morals, ethics, or proper behavior from rabbis representing Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, and Other positions.
Judaism and Jewish Resources, a large annotated list by Andrew Tannenbaum
Union for Reform Judaism’s List of Jewish/Judaism Resources on the Internet
Monthly Jewish Calendar with holidays.
jlearn 2.0 offers a wide variety of resources on Jewish learning in the digital world.
|Torah Study||Torah Study Opportunities Torat Hayyim, Torah Study for Reform Jews|
|Jewish Magazines and News Sources||Jewish Telegraphic Agency The Jewish Magazine, “from mysticism to Jewish humor”|
|Israel|| Jerusalem Post Haaretz Daily Newspaper, English Internet Edition
Jerusalem Mosaic, General Information on Jerusalem
|Jewish Youth Sites||Judaism.com.kids Jewish Funland by Dr. Nurit Reshef|
|Jewish Art and Music|| Yale Collection of Jewish Art The Israel Museum in Jerusalem
TARA Publications’ Jewish Music Home Page
Transcontinental Music, “the music publishing arm of the Reform movement”