I received the following e-mail about a live class that you can participate in with Rabbi Lawrence Kelleman next Monday at 1 PM Eastern.
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I'm writing to inform you of a very exciting development in the world of Jewish education in general, and the area of Chinuch in specific. A new web site, ProjectSinai.org, now allows for the opportunity of live, interactive, online learning, without the necessity of any unique hardware or software. All you need is a high speed internet connection and a web browser. There is a wide array of shiurim and events for every level of knowledge and area of interest. Participants are able to interact with the instructor live via web cam or microphone, or via text chat. And best of all, there's no charge!
As a talmid of Rabbi Kelemen like you, I am thrilled to inform you that Rabbi Kelemen will be hosting a class online via Project Sinai on Chinuch/Education on Monday, March 23, at 1pm EDT. There is no limit to how many people can participate in the class simultaneously, and Rabbi Kelemen, in addition to discussing fundamental issues in education, will also be available to answer as many questions as possible during his time online.
To participate in this incredible opportunity, and to see the many other offerings available on Project Sinai, go to the home page at http://www.projectsinai.org and enjoy. If you'd like to go directly to Rabbi Kelemen's shiuir, just click here.
You will need to register with Project Sinai to participate, and then you can sign up for the class at any time. The system will automatically send you a reminder as the day of the class draws closer.
Again, there is no limit to the number of people that can participate in this event. Please distribute this note to the members of the va'ad and anyone else you feel might be interested.
B'birkas kol tuv,