Read about life in HaifaThe Haifa Diary
Making aliyah to Haifa
Haifa websites from Jacob Richman
The Anglo-List of Haifa Resources
Contribute today to:
Haifa Emergency Campaign to Rebuild the Carmel ForestThe Haifa Center for C.H.i.L.D.
The Talia Trust for Children
The Jewish Guide to the Internet, published by Jason Aronson (now owned by Rowman & Littlefield), is the only current print directory of Jewish sites on the Web.
Buy the book and keep it up-to-date with the listings on this site.
For a historic view of the development of the book, take a look at the update page for the first edition, published in 1996 before the World Wide Web became pervasive, and the update pages for the second edition, published in 1997, just as the Internet was embracing the World Wide Web.
Check out the Online Jewish Library for Yeshiva High Schools created by Diane Romm. It offers a collection of free, online Judaica resources and secular resources.
Jewish school librarians may also be interested in this list of online continuing education courses and resources for secular lesson plans that Diane developed while working as a consultant for the Avi Chai Foundation.