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News: Archives Available

Did you know that all WebYeshiva classes are recorded, archived, and available online to registered students at any time?

If you miss a class and want to catch up, or if you’d like to review your previous lesson to reinforce the ideas you’ve learned, you can view past shiurim using the WebYeshiva archives. To access the archives, go to your shiur page, locate the date and title of the class you want to listen to, in the left hand column of the “Class Resources and Information” section, and click on the “WebEx” icon located just below the title.

In order to view the shiur, you will first need to download the Network Player. A link to download it is located directly below the title “Class Resources and Information” on your class page.

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News: Featured Class

Personal Development and Jewish Thought in the Torah

This course, taught by WebYeshiva faculty member, Rabbi Ron-Ami Meyers, explores key themes in Avodat Hashem (serving God), through the prism of the Parsha – as expounded upon in the Talmud, Midrash and Medieval commentaries on the Chumash. Adapted from the sources of Rabbi Avigdor Nebenzhal, from his five volume commentary on the Chumash.

About Rabbi Meyers

Rabbi Ron-Ami Meyers had his first taste of Torah learning under Rabbi Brovender at Yeshivat Hamivtar in 1983. His Torah study continued at Yeshiva University and at Kollelim in Eretz Yisrael. After years as a high school rebbe, in 2001, Rabbi Meyers joined Darche Noam Institutions in Jerusalem. Since then, he has combined his exuberance for Jewish learning and unique sense of humor with Torah software tools to generate captivating classes in Talmud, Jewish Law and ethics.

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News: Rabbi Brovender in North America

WebYeshiva’s Rosh Yeshiva, Rabbi Chaim Brovender, will be traveling in North America in the coming weeks, meeting with students and educators, and demonstrating the technology of WebYeshiva’s live, fully-interactive shiurim. He will be serving as scholar-in-residence Congregation Kehilat Jeshurun in Manhattan on the first day of Shavuot, at the Fifth Avenue Synagogue on the second day of Shavuot, and at Congregation Adat Yeshurun in La Jolla, CA for Shabbat, June 5-6.

In addition, Rabbi Brovender will be giving shiurim and demonstrations of WebYeshiva in Teaneck, NJ on Tuesday evening, May 26, in Los Angeles on June 4th, and at the Westwood Kehilla in Los Angeles on June 7th (contact us for more information about West Coast events).

Rabbi Brovender’s WebYeshiva classes will be taking place according to their usual schedule while he is away, with some slight variations. Please stay tuned for more information on Rabbi Brovender’s class schedule in the coming weeks.

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In Memory of Shira Pransky, z”l.

On Sunday, March 19th, 2009 (19 Adar 5769) marked the Shloshim (the end of the second stage of mourning for the deceased) of Shira Rachma bat bat Alter Natan Neta, wife of WebYeshiva teacher, Rabbi Gabe Pransky, may her memory be blessed. Friends and family gathered at the gravesite and joined in prayers and psalms in memory of Shira.

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