Welcome to the new and improved MyJewishLearning.com. We at MyJewishLearning have been working hard to recreate our site to best meet your needs. Here’s a brief overview of the changes we’ve made to support your online Jewish learning.
The new MyJewishLearning has a visually-engaging, modern design, with photos and images throughout the site. Everything from the color scheme to the logo has been completely overhauled.
The new homepage reflects many of the fundamental changes to MyJewishLearning. It contains a rotating flash feature that will be updated with new content every day. Our featured articles will often engage contemporary events and will include interviews, recipes, and first person reflections in addition to our standard informational nuggets. Many of these more diverse features will be organized in our new Hot Topics area.
Next to the main feature areas are tabs that dynamically display the most recent blog and discussion board posts. And we’ve carved out special space for weekly Torah portion material, as well as introductory articles on all aspects of Judaism and Jewish life.
We’re also tracking which articles on the site are most popular–and we’re displaying a list of the most read and most emailed content on the homepage.
MyJewishLearning.com has thousands of articles, and in redesigning, we wanted to make it as easy as possible for you to find what you’re looking for.
Thus, we’ve expanded our main navigation menu to provide you with a much broader sense of what’s in each of our major topic areas. We’ve also added the capacity to place articles in multiple locations if appropriate, and added a new topic area all about Israel.
Finally, using the “I’m Looking For…” function on the homepage and the “A-Z” button on article pages, you can search through an alphabetical list of important Jewish concepts and people.
Ask the Expert
Can’t find what you’re looking for on MyJewishLearning? Send a question to us, and we’ll consider it for inclusion in our new weekly Ask the Expert column. This weekly column is written by the staff at MyJewishLearning, in consultation with rabbis, scholars, and other experts.
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