New partnership aimed at bringing torah to Web announced

By GIL STERN STERN SHEFLER
January 10, 2011 10:18




WebYeshiva.org, a Torah study program on the Web, and the London School of Jewish Studies (LSJS) announced on Monday a new partnership expected to broaden their reach to students based in the UK, Western Europe, and South Africa.

The partnership between the London School of Jewish Studies and WebYeshiva.org is aimed to provide students with high-level, interactive learning that is intellectually rigorous, inspiring and relevant to modern life, regardless of physical location. 

"The partnership joins two great Torah institutions together with the similar goal of providing high-level Jewish studies to students all around the world," says Rabbi Jeffrey Saks, Founding Director of The Academy for Torah Initiatives and Directions in Jewish Education (ATID), parent organization of WebYeshiva.org. "LSJS and WebYeshiva.org, together, can enhance Torah education in English-speaking countries across the globe - we are bridging the geographical gap and uniting culturally diverse students on one platform."


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