If you are looking to further enrich your pedagogical skills, the continuing education page is for more formal programs and the pedagogic corner are videos, podcasts etc for you to explore on your own.
The NLI is recommended for students in grades 5 and up to explore and analyze manuscripts, ketubot, newspapers, maps, music, audio-visual and digital material about Jewish culture history from around the globe.
The collections of the National Library of Israel include over 5 million volumes, including books, manuscripts, newspapers, maps, music, audio-visual and digital materials. The NLI Catalog allows readers to search the collections by title, author, subject or keywords. There are many advanced search options, for example specific collections located in at the NLI, language or date. Catalog search results can also be emailed to readers to facilitate access. The NLI reference librarians are available for any questions and further assistance.
A collection of Jewish newspapers published in various countries, languages, and time periods. The NLI website includes over 4200 ketubot from collections all over the world, including the National Library’s collection. This vast and rich collection of ketubot onto one site allows for a wide, comprehensive and in depth look at the ketubah as a Jewish document, a Jewish creation and a vital historical source.
Topics: Chagim and Jewish Life Cycle, Holocaust Education, Israel Education, Jewish Life Cycle, Jewish Values and Identity And Culture, Tanach/תנ”ך
UnitED has collated these resources and programs for the convenience of the Jewish Day School world. We do not guarantee the efficacy of any program. All due diligence is for the user to research and to be in direct contact with the provider.