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Online resources

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Internet Jewish resources for High School Libraries Diane Romm's invaluable collection of internet links for Judaic research.

 

Free Reference Sources for High School Students Secular Reference Sources gathered by the inimitable Diane Romm.

 

Free Secular Resources from your Public Library Use this table to see if your public library has secular resources online that you can access from home.

 

Secular Online Databases Recommended by Wendie Gabay Wendie is heading our committee to recommend secular commercial databases for Avi Chai schools and negotiate a consortium price for them. Here's her list of databases that she is currently examining. If you have any other suggestions, please email her at wgabay@akibaweb.org.

 

Holocaust Research Wiki from Karen Ulric, SSDSEU, W. Orange, NJ

 

Please add links below to additional resources you have discovered that are of use to our students or faculty.

 

  • Tanach

 

 

  • Rabbinics

 

    • The Bar Ilan Responsa Project A free service that allows you to search a wide variety of Judaica primary and secondary texts. There's even a virtual typewriter for those of you who cannot type in Hebrew on your computer.

 

  • Israel

 

  • Jewish History

 

  • Miscellaneous
    • JewishBlogging.com As the site says, "Jewishblogging showcases and indexes Jewish blogs as well as offering other related Jewish news and information that is distributed by RSS. Jewishblogging features Jewish blogs covering a wide range of interests from Jewish news and kosher cooking through to Jewish film and Israel." A wide range of outlooks, and approaches some of which may not be appropriate for certain schools, but this is great for the coverage it gives to the Jewish blogging world.

 

 

 

    • Jewish Books Blog Created by librarian and AJL member, Heidi Estrin, this site features news and comments about Jewish books, along with podcasts of reviews.

 

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