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Wired into Judaism: The Internet and Jewish Education

by Scott Mandel

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Want to locate a picture of the Chagall Windows? A poem by Judah Halevi? A specific biblical passage? An account of how Jews helped George Washington win the Revolutionary War? The Internet can provide all of these things to you in just minutes -- if you know how to use it. This book shows teachers how to utilize the vast resources of the Internet to enhance their curriculum, even if they have had limited experience online. With just one home computer and the simple approach featured in this book, teachers can bring their entire curriculum into the cyberage. Our students are sophisticated when it comes to computers. We need to be, too. This book will be an eye-opener for both teachers and students as they explore together the infinite possibilities for Jewish learning presented by the Net.

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