[This blog is the first in a series on the new report, The Future of Jewish Learning is Here: How Digital Media are Reshaping Jewish Education, by Stanford University’s Ari Y. Kelman. The report, commissioned by the Jim Joseph Foundation, will be featured in a session Monday m … [Read more...] about Introducing the Future of Jewish Learning
Do you love Jewish learning but don’t have the time to attend classes? Or is there nothing going on in your area? Are you interested and don’t even know where to start? Do you not want to learn alone, but don’t have a study partner? If you said yes to any of these, Project Zug is … [Read more...] about Project Zug is Back! Get Ready to Learn – Anytime, Anywhere!
In an effort to make its programs available to a larger pool of qualified students, Yeshiva University’s Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies has launched a distance learning option, Revel Remote. Beginning with the Spring 2018 semester, the online platform will allow r … [Read more...] about YU introduces “Revel Remote” Distance Learning
By Jerry Fensterstock When our synagogue, Bet Torah in Mt. Kisco, NY, announced a learning project with Project Zug, an online-based paired learning platform powered by Mechon Hadar, I really had no idea what to expect. We have had many adult education programs over the years, … [Read more...] about How a Jewish Learning Program Surprised Me
[This article is part 3 of the series Continuing Conversations on Leveraging Educational Technology to Advance Jewish Learning. The series is a project of Jewish Funders Network, the Jim Joseph Foundation, and the William Davidson Foundation. For an in-depth look at opportunities … [Read more...] about Digital Promise: Learning Jewish, Online