A collection of webinars, articles, and links to online and digital resources for teaching and research in Jewish Studies.
Public programming is a vital component of Jewish Studies. When scholars are able to translate complex ideas into a popular idiom, they can reach a broader audience and enhance understanding of Jewish civilization in the wider community.
Program evaluation (both internal and external, qualitative and quantitative), during all phases of a project, is an effective tool to help learn about and improve programs. AJS compiled best practices for guidance through the evaluation process.
A collection of articles and links pertaining to professional matters in Jewish Studies, with particular emphasis on topics relevant to advanced graduate students and pre-tenure scholars.
A collection of articles and links related to the practice of conferencing.
A collection of papers delivered at AJS Annual Conferences related to teaching Jewish Studies. Sessions sponsored by the Pedagogy Working Group in Jewish Studies.