Organizations and institutions across the country and around the world are offering a wide range of online classes, lectures and enrichment sessions that you can join from your home. We invite you to broaden your knowledge and enjoy learning. Many of the resources below are free.
Jewish Adult Education
Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum– DHHRM presents Virtual Events for July through December 2022. Check the DHHRM program guide for the many presentations and workshops that are presented virtually and for hybrid presentations. Click HERE to view program guide.
The Webinar Series – Live conversations with social and cultural influencers on topics of Arts and Culture, Civil Society, 100 Years of JIR, and Religion. To explore webinars by the month and to register, click HERE.
HUC Connect On-Demand – HUC Connect On Demand offers faculty and guest experts illuminating the full scope of Jewish studies. Enjoy programs that will educate, inspire, delight, and awaken your Jewish spirit.
HUC College Commons Podcast –A collection of passionate perspectives from Judaism’s leading thinkers presented by Hebrew Union College.
Hartman@Home – Ideas for Today
Hartman scholars address the most urgent, important issues of our day through Jewish texts, history, and tradition. You’ll be inspired by our unique approach to learning and the outstanding community of passionate learners who will join you on this journey of discovery. All programming is free.
Melton School – Online Learning – The Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning is a global network of 60 community-based schools that offer adults an opportunity to gain Jewish literacy in a non-denominational, intellectually-stimulating learning environment. Melton offers two kinds of courses: Survey courses introduce new topics in 1 to 5 sessions, with large numbers of learners worldwide. These courses are free or offered on a sliding fee scale. Signature courses go in-depth with a full Melton curriculum, including a book. Often hosted by Melton communities, courses have 6 to 25 sessions, and enrollment is limited to 25 learners. Fees depend on the length of the course.
The Melton School – JCC of Dallas – The J offers a two-year program to adults in the Dallas area.
Synagogues360 – Synagogues360 brings you a unique visual and historical experience of synagogues across North America, Europe and Asia from small, remote villages to cosmopolitan cities presented in panoramic views.
My Jewish Learning – Daily guide to Zoom events, livestreams and other online resources. Currently featuring Hebrew for the Holidays, a three part online series. For details and to register, click HERE.
Yad Vashem – Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, is the ultimate source for Holocaust education, documentation and research. Visit the Yad Vashem website for a wide range of high-quality online learning opportunities.
YIVO’s Shine Online Educational Series –YIVO is a a research institute, an institution of higher learning, an adult education organization, a cultural organization, and a world-renowned library and archive. Classes are free and those listed below are pre-recorded:
A Seat at the Table -A Journey Into Jewish Food – An exploration into the heart of Jewish food, with an emphasis on the Ashkenazi table; Take the class at your own pace at any time. Registration is free.
Folksong, Demons, and the Evil Eye: Folklore of Ashkenaz – Explore the music, folktales, rituals, and superstitions of Jewish Eastern Europe. Register at any time.
Discovering Ashkenaz: Jewish Life In Eastern Europe – In this course, you will delve into the rich history and culture of the Jews of Poland, Russia, and Lithuania from Medieval times through the Communist Era. This course is an intensive, college-level survey, equivalent to two 2-hour sessions per week over six weeks. Work at your own pace.
YIVO’s Video Library of Past Programs – Numerous pre-recorded one-session seminars given via YouTube.
Yiddish Book Center – Yiddish & Jewish Culture: Online Lecture Series
This series includes downloadable video lectures spanning a wide variety of topics related to modern Jewish and Yiddish literature, history, and culture. These lectures are led by top scholars, authors, and cultural commentators. Classes and seminars are free for a limited time.
The Senior Source Dallas – Since 1961, The Senior Source has served greater Dallas as the go-to nonprofit for aging services.
Caregiving With Confidence Lecture Series – Please check the site for dates, times and locations (including online webinars)
Senior Source Elder Financial Safety Center – Three online video series; Scroll down to see all of the videos:
Senectus – Senior Care and Senior Service Professionals share their expertise to provide support to retirees and those preparing for retirement to make the best choices.
The Conversation Project – The Conversation Project is dedicated to helping people talk about their wishes and prepare for end-of-life care.
Rabbi Richard Address: Jewish Sacred Aging – Seeking meaning in a spiritual approach to aging – A video lecture presented by College Commons of Hebrew Union College
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