The DigitalJLearning Network Now Offering Free EdTech Help Desk for Schools
The Jewish Education Project is excited to introduce a free educational technology support service through the DigitalJLearning Network (DJLN). Ask DJLN is a help desk for teachers, educational technology professionals, and administrators who have questions about integrating technology with learning. By completing a simple online form, educators can now receive on-demand help with the myriad questions that arise when considering how to best use technology as a learning resource for students. Ask DJLN is the place for Jewish educators to ask specific EdTech questions, and receive personalized, expert support. Teachers in both Judaic and general studies are being encouraged to embrace educational technology; DJLN is ready to support educators at Jewish institutions in all subjects. Ask DJLN is available to educators at Jewish day schools, congregational schools, and other Jewish educational settings in North America. For more information, visit DJLN online, or send an email to DigitalJLearning@JewishEdProject.org.
At The Jewish Education Project, we believe in the power and possibility of a great Jewish education. We work with educators, clergy, principals, and volunteers to create outstanding Jewish experiences for 160,000 children, teens and families in 800 programs in Westchester, Long Island, and New York City. We help educators develop new ideas, build strong networks, and nurture necessary skills. Together, we spark and spread innovations that expand the reach and increase the impact of Jewish education, so that more people experience the wisdom and joy of Judaism.
Since 2011, The DigitalJLearning Network (DJLN) has been helping Jewish day schools and yeshivot integrate online and blended learning into their classrooms. An initiative of The Jewish Education Project with generous funding from The Avi Chai Foundation, DJLN is currently working with communities and schools across North America.
The Jewish Education Project is a beneficiary agency of UJA-Federation of New York.