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'Joe’s Israel', a new social media based Israel project, was recently launched on the web, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. The project provides a platform to empower college students in North America for a dialogue on Israel.
Updated: Apr. 24, 2013
As the aging Holocaust survivor population dwindles, University of Southern California scientists hustle to create life-size 3D holograms that can answer viewer questions through natural language technology. New Dimensions in Testimony, a collaboration between the USC Shoah Foundation and the USC Institute for Creative Technologies, in partnership with Conscience Display, will yield insights into the experiences of survivors through a new set of interview questions, some that survivors are asked on a regular basis, plus many of which have not been asked before.
Updated: Feb. 26, 2013
Google Expands Its Street View Imagery In Israel, Adds Hundreds Of New Cities, Towns & Tourist Attractions
Last April Google released panoramic imagery of sites and streets in Jerusalem, Haifa and Tel Aviv-Jaffa via the Street View feature of Google Maps. As part of their ongoing effort to make Google Maps even more comprehensive and accurate, they have published street-level imagery of hundreds more cities, towns, villages, heritage sites and tourist attractions across Israel.
Updated: Feb. 03, 2013
As part of its “Judaism Without Walls” initiative, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) has launched a comprehensive online anthology of Russian-language informal Jewish education materials. The website is the internet companion to a 14-volume, 3,000 page compilation that includes programs, lessons, games, and activities for all age groups. Both were featured at a major JDC Jewish educators’ conference last month in Moscow.
Updated: Jan. 02, 2011
The first 2,500 Maryland teens who sign up at JVibe, the national Jewish teen magazine, will receive a free three year subscription to the bi-monthly publication. They will join Jewish teens from around the USA who receive the magazine for free thanks to the efforts of generous donors.
Updated: Feb. 26, 2009