The Union for Reform Judaism’s website features a variety of learning opportunities, a weekly parashat hashavuah post and an archive of previous divrei Torah. There are also a series of webinars, ongoing classes and opportunities to engage in social action and study related to Israel.
The Jewish Theological Seminary’s website features a weekly commentary on parashat hashavua, including a weekly Midrash analysis. Other resources on the site include Taste of Torah feature—a translation and explanation of a Joseph B’khor Shor commentary and Mishnat Hashavua, a weekly selection from the Mishnah and a series of podcasts which can be downloaded free of charge at JTS_Torah_Commentary.xml.
The Orthodox Union’s website features weekly parashat hashavuah commentaries, an archive of previous selections and resources for holidays, prayer and weekly Jewish learning.
Toronto-based Torah in Motion offers online interactive shiurim (classes). Topics range from liturgy to history and topical themes such as “Philosophical themes in Tanach”.
The Yad Yaakov Fund, based in Israel, offers parashat hashavuah resources and online, interactive classes that explore classical Jewish sources and their relevancy to modern Jewish life. Their mission is to bring together people from across the spectrum of Judaism and from secular backgrounds to study texts and explore issues concerning their personal and professional lives The Yad Yaakov Fund is committed to weaving a fabric for a more spiritual, tolerant, and idealistic society.
Rabbi Chanan Morrison has a weekly dvar torah on the parasha based on the writings of Rav Kook, the beloved first Chief Rabbi of the State of Israel. It is rare to find Rav Kook’s work in English, well translated. You can join this listserve to receive something each week on the parashat hashavuah.
MyJewishLearning.com is a trans-denominational website of Jewish information and education geared toward learners of all ages and educational backgrounds. It features information and learning on a broad spectrum of topics including- Torah, holidays, history, texts, etc.
JTS Benchmarks Project
The Jewish Theological Seminary’s Melton Research Center for Jewish Education launched the Jewish Day School Standards and Benchmarks Project on June 30, 2003 with generous funding from AVI CHAI. The project is designed to help schools adopt a standards-based approach for the teaching of TaNaKH.