Staffed by expert Rabbis, Halacha.net serves as a resource to submit questions and get quick answers. Archives of previous questions on topics such as medical ethics, business, and education can also be browsed.
“In order to forge a better understanding of the interaction between Halacha and secular law, Jewish Law presents a wealth of information -- much of which is exclusive in cyberspace to this website -- on Halacha, Jewish issues and secular law.”
Engaging articles, videos, online seminars and audio classes about every aspect of Judaism, from holidays, spirituality, family, and current events, for “not just information, but inspiration.”
The AishDas Society “teaches the fundamentals of Torah, worship and acts of kindness using traditional observance to develop spiritual feeling.” AishDas provides mussar resources, divrei Torah, articles, and resources for connecting to the AishDas community.
Created and maintained by Michlelet Herzog in Alon Shvut, Daat is a valuable resource for Hebrew texts, Judaic studies, and Jewish life. The site includes a virtual library of English and Hebrew books, academic journals, an encyclopedia, pictures, maps, drawings, multimedia, photographs, materials and lessons for teachers, a bibliography of resources and articles, full-text of Tenach including commentaries, analysis, mp3s of texts, guided readings, and more. To gain an idea of the breadth of knowledge on Daat, check out their Holocaust resources.
A complete collection the Torah worksheets that Professor Nechama Leibowitz published, with added resources for references, commentaries, and more.
“Hebrewbooks.org was founded in order to preserve old American Hebrew books that are out of print and/or circulation. Currently our mission has expanded to include all Torah Seforim ever printed. At Hebrewbooks.org you will be able to view and print the entire Sefer online.”
The Tenach Study Center is “designed to provide the student with a structured learning program for self-study of Tanach.” For each shiur, there are questions to prepare for the class, an abstract of the shiur, and the shiur itself, which includes a virtual blackboard to display images and the text of the lesson. Whether you use this site for independent study or support for classes you are taking, the Tenach Study Center has the resources necessary to help you learn.
Online version of Tenach (in Hebrew and English), Mishneh Torah, four major authoritative sources of the Oral Law (Mishnah, Tosefta, Yerushalmi, and Bavli), as well as downloadable versions of each one.
English version of selected Torah lessons and questions by Nechama Leibowitz from the Jewish Agency for Israel.