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Our Raison D'être

To foster learning – to nurture community

Learn Hebrew Together offers one of the most unique course collections online.

As a global community of scholars and students, we  are home to hundreds of students, both from campus education and as independent individual learners.
We are also home to the best academic institutions worldwide who have chosen us as their preferred course hosting provider.

Experience everything we have to offer, not just learning opportunities. We provide you with facilities to connect to other learners and academic staff,
to build bonds and to remain part of our online community even after you have completed your course or courses with us.

Thanks to an amazing intersection of high calibre Jewish Studies institutions from all over the world, as well as a growing  teacher cohort of young contemporary Jewish artists (who teach everything from digital music to experimental acting) and an engaged student community, we are able to foster a diverse community of interests and nurture an amazing  family of global learners and teachers.

Promoting a diversity of connections

An exciting part of our online learning network  is our “Online Community”. It is separate from the course area and provides spaces where you can meet and interact in the most interesting discussions with all of our learners and teachers.

In our “Online Community” you are able to follow parts of other courses, meeting both the students and the teachers on those courses in dialogical spaces, getting glimpses into discussions that relate to subjects such as Philosophy, the Negotiation of Jewish Identity in Modern Day Europe etc.

Many of the discussions are of course currently topical.

“I am pessimistic because I don’t trust history. But at the same time, I am optimistic. Out of despair, one creates. What else can one do? There is no good reason to go on living, but you must go on living. There is no good reason to bring a child into this world but you must have children to give the world a new innocence, a new reason to aspire towards innocence. As Camus said, in a world of unhappiness, you must create happiness.”

– Elie Wiesel, New York Times interview, April 7, 1981

Meeting, engaging and learning with others

Our designed dialogical spaces are meant for meaningful exchanges that flow freely and grow organismically.

We believe  such informal spaces for dialogue, where students and teachers can meet and engage freely  with interesting content, not only enhance learning, but are conducive to creating dynamic unpredictable discussions and permit the fostering of connections among students and teachers from diverse studies.

In effect, such collective streams of thought bring to you the opportunity to connect and bond with peers and to be aware and active in salient discussions in an increasingly global society.

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