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The Center for Educational Technology (CET) has announced its 40th anniversary conference, 'Shaping the Future: Reconstructing the Textbook in the Digital Age', which will take place on March 27-28, 2011 at Beit Hatfutsot - the Museum of the Jewish People (Tel-Aviv Univ.) and the CET campus. The Conference speakers hail from academic institutions, publishing, media and technological firms from Israel and abroad. Well known writers will also offer presentations.
Updated: Mar. 06, 2011
The Center for Educational Technology has launched a website, Psookim.com, which aims to rally Jews from different traditions around the Bible by encouraging them to add their own commentary in music, video, text and art to the wisdom of famous biblical commentators on a web site that presents the Bible on a platform built for users of social networking media.
Updated: Oct. 12, 2009
CET has completed development of a unique online resource – The Jewish Lexicon, which contains over a thousand entries in Hebrew based on the cultural work of the Jewish People over 3000 years of history in their land and in the Diaspora. About 200 entries are expanded entries (about 1200 words) divided into secondary entries. Over 800 entries are concise (about 300 words). The information in the lexicon is presented in a friendly format, but is accurate and reliable containing references, explanatory notes and links to both external and internal resources.
Updated: Feb. 11, 2009