Based in Los Angeles and once known as the University of Judaism, this school represents the Conservative movement on the West Coast. Its searchable home page describes the faculty and programs of the school in its college of arts and sciences, graduate and rabbinical schools and its admissions requirements. There is also information about the schools extension program, elderhostel, conferences, think tanks, writers institute, performing arts series, gallery, and sculpture garden. The links section provides access to general and Jewish resources in Los Angeles and Jewish communal, news, and educational sites.
Learn about the history, course offerings, faculty, resources, and services of this school in Maryland that offers undergraduate, graduate, continuing education, and elderhostel programs and is now part of Towson College. You will also find links of Jewish interest, to sister institutions, and to the surrounding community near Baltimore Hebrew University.
"Founded in 1990, Beit Morasha of Jerusalem innovatively enhances the Jewish and Zionist character of the State of Israel, and empowers a committed leadership to engage contemporary religious, cultural and social challenges." Its website provides informatiom about the Robert M. Beren College and the Beit Morasha Press.
The home page of this Philadelphia school describes the programs of its college, high school, and continuing education programs. Information on the library and its special collections is also available.
The home page of this school located in Skokie, Illinois describes the yeshiva programs for men and women aimed at university age and high school age students. There is information about the schools summer camp and its community service program. Of particular note is the colleges library catalog which can be searched online.
With branches in Cincinnati, Los Angeles, New York, and Jerusalem, this school is "the academic, spiritual and professional development center for Reform Judaism." Its searchable home page describes the school and its degree programs, rabbinical training, faculty, courses, and admissions requirements, as well as its adult learning and outreach programs. Alumni can sign up for a listserv. Online directories for staff and students are available as well. Of particular note is the schools library which can be searched online as well as the listing of publications by faculty members that are available in full text.
This Hebrew language portal features information about the hesder yeshivot of Israel--institutions that combine yeshiva study with military service--and much more. There are links to religious portals, forums, news sources, leisure activities, music sites, online learning opportunities, and studies in the weekly Torah portion.
This college integrates study of Torah with instruction in technological skills. Its web site provides information about the courses of study, admission policies, research projects, and conferences sponsored by the college.
The searchable home page of this New York based school of the Conservative movement describes the departments, curriculum, admissions policies, and faculty of the institution. Details about student life, degree requirements, rabbinical and cantorial programs, and outreach activities are also provided. The Learn Online section offers access to publications, listservs, mini-lessons, and other educational resources. There is a student email directory, an online tour of the facility, and an alphabetical index to the web sites contents. Of particular note is the extensive library section which provides an online searchable catalog of the one of the worlds premier Judaica collections as well as striking online exhibits.
Based in London, this school prepares rabbis for serving the Reform community. Its home page describes the schools academic programs, its history, faculty, and library. A set of relevant links is also provided.
This site in English and Dutch describes the activities of the Levisson Institute for the training of rabbis and leaders for the Dutch (Liberal) Jewish community. The site includes links to the music library which provides sheet music for the synagogue services as used in the Liberal congregations in The Netherlands throughout the year.
"The London School of Jewish Studies (formerly Jews College, London) is a modern Orthodox academic institution, representing a type of Orthodoxy open to that which is best in the general culture." From its home page you can learn about its part time and full time undergraduate and graduate programs, its evening courses, inter-collegiate courses, and technical and vocational training. Information about the schools faculty and publications is also available.
Founded by Rabbi Judith Abrams, Maqom is "a cyber-school for adult Talmud study." Its searchable site allows you to sign up for free Talmud study by email. You can search the listservs archives, consult an annotated bibliography about Talmudic literature, and check the list of relevant web sites.
This English and Russian site from the Sefer Centre promotes the development of Jewish Studies in higher education institutions in Russia. The site gives details about programs for students and young researchers, conferences and publications.
The searchable home page of this Jerusalem based institution describes its departments and programs of study, and outreach programs for overseas students during the summer and winter breaks and after high school. It also houses a wide range of resources including an extensive section on exploring Jewish thought, literature, and humor, a large collection of full text publications, and audio recordings. Of particular note are the email directories of faculty and alumni, the archives of the 25 listservs hosted by the organization, the section on the Jewish holidays, and the archives of the daf yomi studies.
The searchable home page of this Philadelphia based school describes the departments, curriculum, admissions policies, and faculty of the institution. Details about student life, degrees requirements, scholarships, and internships are also provided.
The home page of this graduate school for advanced Jewish studies, Jewish education, and rabbinics from the Conservative Movement details the constituents of the institute and their programs. Included are the TALI Educational Fund, the Midreshet Yerushalayim, and the Applied Research Institutes.
"Founded on the belief that Judaism and the State of Israel must embody the principles of religious pluralism and respect for multiple approaches to Jewish life," the homepage for the institute describes its courses and publications, its calendar and conferences, and provides a list of faculty members.
The searchable home page of this Chicago based school describes the Jewish Studies degree programs and the courses in the Center for Nonprofit Management. Details about the current lecture series and continuing education courses are also available. Information about the museum, library, Holocaust center, and Chicago Jewish Archives is provided as well.
This portal to religious kolllels and midrashot worldwide provides access to news and publications along with a list of the institutions by location and links to their sites. There is also a library of instructional materials available.
The home page of this New York based institution describes the undergraduate and graduate programs the school offers in the United States and Israel. Information about the schools departments and faculty is also available.
From this Hebrew and English site of Yeshivat Har Etzion you can sign up for online classes in Tanach, Talmud, halacha, philosophy and the Jewish holidays. There is also information about the group's publications.
Created by Rabbi Chaim Brovender, this site describes itself as an online yeshiva and midrasha. You can browse the schedule and sign up for shiurim. There are also links to Torah resources and online sefarim as well as an archive of recorded classes and podcast.
The searchable home page of this New York based Orthodox institution describes its undergraduate, graduate, professional, rabbinical, and cantorial programs, along with information about its museum and high schools. Details about faculty, admissions requirements, student services, and athletics are provided, and there is a searchable email directory. Of particular note are the university's libraries which are searchable online.