From the OU comes this site providing “a comprehensive and technologically advanced platform catering to Daf Yomi learners of every level, from beginners to Maggidei Shiur. The site provides reference materials, supplementary videos and other support materials in addition to the daf yomi material itself.
COTAR Online is a comprehensive and unique repository of articles which provides answers to fundamental and daily Halachic questions. The repository presently contains more than 10,000 articles collected from hundreds of periodicals and Torah sources published between 1970 and 2003. Cotar Online includes a unique and detailed index of more than 2,400 topics which provides direct links to the relevant articles. You can search in Hebrew and sign up for an account to see the full text of the results.
This Hebrew language site offers a daf yomi study calendar, study aids, locations of classes throughout Israel, audio and video lessons, the opportunity to find a study partner, and a virtual library with primary source material in full text.
Created by Rabbi Eli Mansour, this is a browsable and searchable database of his teachings on Gemara. Each page displays the text of the Talmud, along with an hour-long lesson you can download or play online. To date, teachings on the masechtot of Berachot and Shabbat are available.
The purpose of the site is to gather information associated with Rabbinical Courts for Financial Disputes. The site contains useful information: A guide for individuals entering the Rabbinical Courts, information on such Courts operating in Israel and Abroad, as well as various legal documents. Additionally, the site contains professional information – articles and rulings – dealing with issues discussed in the courts. This site is another one of the initiatives of the Mishpetay Eretz Institute – the Higher Institute for Halacha and Law, in Ofra (Israel).
This service provided by Lebow Technology Solutions offers free downloads of classes in a wide variety of Jewish subjects. Many of these classes were originally given at Machon Meir in Jerusalem. The list is browsable and arranged in alphabetical order by course title.
TorahAnytime.com is an organization started by Shimon and Reuven KaylYakov, two Bukharian Jews in Queens, New York. Their site features videos of lectures given in their community. The site is searchable by speaker or title of the video.
This database of materials from Yeshiva University in audio, video, and printed formats offers access to teachings from the rebbes of the school in the areas of holidays, halacha, Jewish thought, daf yomi, and parashat hashavuah. Sections may be searched by topic, subtopic, format, date, and teacher. Advanced search capabilities expand the fields to searching by masechet and daf, shiur length, and language.
“Drawing its name from the 929 chapters of the Hebrew Bible, the project aims to get hundreds of thousands of Israelis from all walks of life to complete the corpus over three-and-a-half years by covering five chapters a week.” The goal of the Hebrew language site is to involve everyone in Bible study. “In addition, the site features explanatory videos and cultural artifacts—from comics to music clips—related to the weekly chapters and a detailed timeline allowing participants to track their progress; it can even read the Bible aloud to the visually impaired or those on the go. “
Published by the Business Halacha Institute headed by Rabbi Chaim Kohn, this site details the seminars and study groups sponsored by the institute. Of particular note is the library which provides full text versions of articles, seminar notes and study groups. The materials are browsable by topic, date and topic.
Daf-A-Week is a program to study one page (two sides) of gemara per week. The site provides the text and audio shiurim from a number of rabbis to help you study, as well as periodic tests on the material.
Each morning, Michelle Cohen Farber conducts a class in daf yomi for women in Raanana and then immediately uploads the class so it can be listened to and downloaded as a podcast. Additionally, worksheets that organize the daf and help facilitate understanding can be found on the website.