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Judith Rosenbaum and Emily Scheinberg of the Jewish Women's Archive (JWA) write about how modern technology can allow students to engage and interact with a wide variety of Jewish texts and media, allowing them to assess, organize, assign meaning to and share it with others and thus develop a sense of ownership over the material with which they are interacting. They tell of a new tool developed by the JWA, “Unlocking the Archive” – a multimedia display tool – which provides an easy way for teachers and students to engage actively with a variety of sources drawn from both the Archive’s website and other websites.
Updated: May. 30, 2010