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Jerusalem court recognizes couples in Zoom 'Utah weddings' to be registered as married

The Utah marriage is a wedding that is conducted in visual consultation with a marriage registrar in Utah and can also be conducted when both spouses are in Israel. 

A tour guide carries on in war-torn Odesa

Olga Bokhonovskaya is continuing the virtual tours over Zoom that she began when COVID-19 hit.

By BEN G. FRANK
04/09/2022

English Overseas: US Jewish volunteers teach Israelis English over Zoom

An idea born during the pandemic is continuing to spawn healthy educational and personal gain for all.

03/09/2022

Technology creating sustainable, scalable Israel education

We know the impact that an Israel experience can have on a teen’s Jewish identity. Now multiply that effect by 5,500. That is the power of RootOne powered by The Jewish Education Project.

By JONATHAN FASS
23/08/2022

The end of COVID and the decline of Zoom - opinion

As summer winds down and we prepare for the High Holidays, I hope that more and more people will decide to exchange their seat at their dining room table for their seat in synagogue or Temple.

These gestures give Zoom users more positive experiences - study

A certain set of gestures called Video Meeting Signals (VMS) can improve user experience in the video conference platform Zoom, according to a new study.

Grapevine: Four generations of Leiblers

Movers and shakers in Israeli society.

Bible study porn 'Zoombombing' case reaches $85 m. settlement

"The case itself and the settlement that we've obtained ... I think will become a standard for other technology companies going forward."

By Hayley Smith/Los Angeles Times/TNS
23/04/2022

Self-consciousness correlates to feelings on virtual meetings - study

For self-conscious people, seeing themselves in the mirror more frequently was associated with worse attitudes, whereas the opposite was true for those with a low level of self-consciousness.

In an era when we choose our own identities, why identify as Jewish?

Insisting that taking action is what matters most, Bodner proposes a creative new framework for “doing Jewish” based on an acronym from the Yiddish word “tachlis.”

By DAVID GEFFEN
13/10/2021
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