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Temple Israel of Scranton

Temple Israel of Scranton

An Egalitarian, Conservative Jewish Congregation – Be A Part of Us!

918 East Gibson Street, Scranton, PA 18510
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Online Learning Resources

My Jewish Learning

Welcome to the Hub for online Jewish classes and events. This is your central place to find meaningful experiences and connect with others online.

Israel Film Center STREAM

Israel Film Center STREAM is the most comprehensive site for Israeli and Jewish films in the U.S., offering year-round promotions and special thematic programs of both new releases and classics.

Israel Film Center Stream is an initiative of the Israel Film Center at the Marlene Meyerson JCC in Manhattan, a leading resource for Israeli film, expanding Israel’s emerging film industry and promoting Israeli culture in America.
The center serves as an exhibitor, promoter, educator, funder, distributor, producer, network organizer, advisor, and festival producer, as well as includes a viewing library and online database of Israeli cinema (

The Schemel Forum

The Schemel Forum aims to provide an opportunity for people of all ages to explore the intellectual and cultural wonders of the world.


B’Yachad Together: Spirited by American Jewish University

Offering ONLINE LEARNING that captures and delivers the insights of our faculty and friends, and convenes our diverse, inclusive community to advance ideas, dialogue, and debate. Most of our webinars are offered at NO COST.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Virtual online learning calendar

Yivo Institute for Jewish Research

YIVO’s Shine Online Educational Series fills a critical gap in Jewish Studies education today. While many secondary schools and universities feature extensive curricula covering biblical literature, Israel studies, and the Holocaust, far fewer courses focus on a crucial period in Jewish history: the 1,000 years of Jewish life and culture in Eastern Europe. This story of Ashkenazi civilization is an essential part of the larger Jewish story—a millennium rich in language, literature, art, music, and culture.


Programming continues in 2021 with programs exploring questions of Judaism and democracy, ethics, peoplehood, and Jewish identity.