Jewish Education 3.0 (JE3), a project of JESNA's Lippman Kanfer Institute, brings together visionary thinkers and practitioners to explore Jewish learning in a digital age and implications for individuals and the Jewish community. Their work is guided by the new opportunities and challenges presented by emerging educational, socio-cultural, and technical shifts in learning and the infrastructures that can support it. This online publication, through their core narrative, essay contributions, a blog, resources and news stories, touches on the deeper question and implications of what it means to “do” Jewish education in a 21st century digital world.
The JE3 participants invite contributors with related expertise to expand their thinking and help the publication grow in a thoughtful and engaging way. They hope that participants will share their work and insights to make this publication substantive and thought-provoking. Their aim is to inspire people to discuss the impact that media and technology have on Jewish education today, and also how they – as both educators and learners – can utilize these tools to improve and empower their own learning and teaching.