Founded by Rabbi Hillel & Neima Novetsky and their children, Yonatan, Aviva, Ariella and Yehuda, AlHaTorah.org is a one-stop Tanach study resource, providing the tools, techniques, and technology to make Tanach come alive in your home, at a Shabbos table, in your classroom or even in a drasha! It is a truly an incredible tool that makes... Read more »
NLE Resources invites rabbis and educators from around the world to contribute guest posts. Here’s a new blog from Rabbi Yehuda Chanales, Director of Educational Technology and Rebbe at Torah Academy of Bergen County, New Jersey. Over the past two years, I have been doing a lot of research and learning about Project Based Learning... Read more »
Technology is changing faster than ever. It is affecting the way in which our students learn and show interest in the classroom. Looking for ways to bridge the gap between the “out of touch” teacher and the tech-savvy student, educators around the world are beginning to implement Game Based Learning (GBL) in their classroom and homework... Read more »
In this post, we want to highlight a new tool called HelloSign. This free service is a productivity booster that allows you to apply your signature to any document online. Plus, they have now updated it so that you can easily fill out and sign documents directly in Gmail. No need to print. No need to sign and... Read more »
Following our post entitled, 3 Free or Low Cost Ways to Build an App for Your Shul or Organization, we want to continue to focus on helping you advance your online presence—particularly at the mobile level. After all, ignoring this aspect of your online presence is a grave mistake.
If you are looking for an easy way to engage additional people to purchase tickets to your major fundraising event (such as a Chinese Auction), you are likely to consider placing consider placing online advertisements.
Sefaria is a new website that is completely free! This interactive resource is one that Rabbi Aaron Ross described here as, "trying to collect as many traditional Jewish sources as possible and link them all together.
Many organizations rely upon grants and donations to survive. We recommend that you (at least once a year) perform a sort of "cheshbon hanefesh" by putting yourself in your donors’ shoes.
Today there are people who suffer from Internet Use Disorder (IUD). This new condition is another example of how one can easily become dependent on the internet. While you aren’t suffering from this disorder, you may wonder how you can answer emails, research something using the free Bar Ilan Response Project available on NLEResources.com, or sit at... Read more »
This page highlights different tools that you can use to market your organization! Infogr.am Nowadays, infographics are all the rage. If you are looking to create your own to highlight your organization to prospective students or donors, we recommend this free tool!