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What good online sources are there for shiurim? More like on random topics, not text based.

(Imagine someone who does manual labor all day so their brain is open but doesn't have time to actually sit down and learn.)

  • insidechassidus.org torahcafe.com – Menachem Oct 26 '17 at 21:19
  • Please explain what you mean by your 2nd sentence. What type of "random topics", and what do you mean by "not text based"? – DanF Oct 26 '17 at 21:43
  • @DanF I mean that you shouldn't need to have any book. Imagine a Gemara class vs a topic class. The Gemara class isn't trying to teach you a topic, the focus is the text. A "topic class" is not concerned with you knowing the text (though obviously it must be based on text), rather the focus is that you come out with and idea. I gave the example because I didn't know how to write it more clearly. – mroll Oct 27 '17 at 17:56
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I am not so familiar with these different sites, but they all seem to qualify. YU Torah alone is a tremendous repository with over 100000 shiurim of all kinds.

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Here are some other sites I have used and like

If you need Hebrew sites, ask in the comments

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http://ohr.edu http://www.parsha.net/ http://rabbikaganoff.com/ http://rabbisacks.org/covenant-conversation-homepage/

You can also get these emailed to you on a weekly basis. Also note that some of the sites mentioned in other answers can also be obtained on a regular basis via email, especially those connected with the parsha of the week.

https://www.torahanytime.com/ has a large number of shiurim that is constantly being added to. You can subscribe to any of the lecturers and be notified via email when a new shiur by your favorites are added.

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