"Digital Platforms in the Jewish Studies Classroom," Rachel Deblinger and Nathaniel Deutsch
"A Brief Introduction to the Digital Humanities," Kalani Craig
"Using Social and Digital Media in the Classroom," Amy Weiss
"Digital Judaica," Jeffrey Veidlinger
"The Digital Yiddish Theatre Project," Joel Berkowitz and Debra Caplan
"How to Use Wikipedia to Teach Jewish Studies," Shira Klein
AJS Commons is a social media platform designed to help AJS members bring their work to a larger audience and connect with scholars across the humanities.
The Digital Media Workshop is a hands-on, interactive session at the AJS Annual Conference in which individual scholars or teams of scholars can demonstrate their digital Jewish Studies projects. Projects may include research and teaching tools, or born-digital scholarly works of particular interest to Jewish studies professors and students. The AJS is pleased to make available links to online resources presented in Digital Media Workshop presentations.
From 2003 through 2011, Heidi Lerner, Hebraica/Judaica cataloguer at Stanford University Libraries, wrote "Perspectives on Technology" an AJS Perspectives column on technology-based resources related to teaching and research in Jewish Studies. The AJS is pleased to make available her past columns, with links to relevant resources.