Tumblr, a unique blogging platform which allows users to provide a variety of content to their readers, is the perfect blogging site for nonprofits, simply due to its reliance on creative and concise content. While other sites are designed for lengthy and highly informative content. Tumblr flourishes with short and
At NLE Resources, we keep our eye on the news to bring you timely articles and links that we think a rabbi or Jewish educator would find interesting! We have decided to share some of these links in a weekly feature on the blog. Enjoy! 1) Four Words That Double Persuasion. 2) Top 10 FBI Behavioral Unit Techniques For... Read more »

I am writing this post because I feel like we've found such a fantastic tool that it's something that every Jewish educator, everywhere, should be using. At the beginning of August, Jeff Zigman, one of the founders of ComLinker, wrote a blog here about how it could be used to an educator's advantage (see here). After finally using it to organize
In his letters, the Lubavitcher Rebbe advised his emissaries that the dissemination of Torah has to be approached like a business. And no serious business starts off without a business plan. Wait! Don’t browse away! I know what you are thinking. “Business plan? You mean like that 350-page
To date, there are a select number of Orthodox rabbis and educators that offer podcasts on iTunes. The only Orthodox organization that has a really strong presence on iTunes is the Orthodox Union. Guess what? You and your organization can also offer any of your recorded shiurim and classes as a podcast on