The Jewish Education Project Announces 2013 Young Pioneers Award Recipients
These innovative educators are breathing new life into age old traditions by incorporating social media and technology in Day School education, using music and rhythm to bring Judaic stories to life, and teaching children how to live their Judaism inside and outside the synagogue.
The Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies Launches New Facebook Page
The Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies announces the recent launch of its new Facebook page featuring highlights and announcements regarding the Institute’s various programs, initiatives and events as well as the latest news in the fields of biblical scholarship and Jewish-Christian studies and relations. Through Facebook’s timeline feature, visitors to the Wall will also be able to explore the Institute’s milestones beginning with its founding in 1953
New-media conference focuses on Jewish millennials
Developing new-media projects that encourage young people’s engagement with the Jewish community was the focus of the conference.Media Innovation Initiative conference
Passover tweets: Harry Styles, Barack Obama, and more celebrities celebrate <b>…</b>
Passover 2013 has begun and people everywhere of the Jewish tradition are celebrating the Seder together with a ritual meal. Celebrities are no different than the rest of your friends on Twitter and Instagram — they like to tweet photos of their Passover dinner tables too.
10 Wackiest <b>Jewish</b> Food Posts on Pinterest
the top 10 wacky, scrumptious, and slightly frightening Pinterest takes on Jewish food
The tribe is dead, long live the tribe
How will we change to serve you better? How will we harness the power of social media to create a robust public square where Bay Area Jews can share ideas and build on each other’s successes?
Faith in Action: Amid ever-changing technology and abundant social media, are we failing to connect?
Our houses of worship have websites and Facebook pages. The question is, does anyone in the congregation know how to use them so that they build community? Secondly, does social media truly add to or substitute for the one-to-one contact that is critical in building a religious community? Does the array of social media choices truly enhance the message of the religion or does technology end up taking over the message of the religion?
Jewish Voice for Peace Social Media Internship
Jewish Voice for Peace is looking for an online/social media/media intern for a 10-20 hour a week position helping to build and maintain JVP’s online, social media and mainstream media presence.
This is a great opportunity to work with a fun, hard-working and passionate small-staff/big-impact national grassroots organization working towards equality, human rights and self-determination for Israelis and Palestinians.
Content should drive social media ventures of non-profit organizations
Nonprofit organizations got a crash course last week in how to use social media tools like Facebook and Twitter more effectively from electronics industry veteran and social media consultant Don Lafferty at the monthly meeting of the Philadelphia chapter of Net Squared
7 Jewish Women To Follow on Twitter
Happy 7th birthday, Twitter!
If the social media network were a student in a Yeshiva day school, right about now would be the moment its mother brought in a tray of donuts for the rest of its social media classmates to share.
And so, in honor of Twitter’s 7th birthday (only 5 years till its Bat Mitzvah!), here is a list of seven Jewish women you should be following on Twitter. Of course, the list could go on and on, but these women will bring a full array of different topics into your Twitter feed and keep you informed on current events, Jewish themes and women’s issues.