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what is a good source for learning?

  • As indicated in the two recent answers, this question is too broad to be very useful, so I'm closing it. – Isaac Moses Sep 15 '11 at 14:48
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I just saw this this morning. It is a pretty nice list of "Free primary Jewish sources and resources on the Internet".

But a clarification of the question can help with what you are looking for. A site with discussions of Jewish learning topics? Primary sources?

  • Don't expect clarification from the asker at this point. He never registered his account and posted this months ago. – Isaac Moses Sep 15 '11 at 14:27
  • ... now featuring J.SE in the "Discussion Boards" section! :) – Isaac Moses Sep 15 '11 at 16:00
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http://www.kolhashiurim.com/New/HomePage/NewDefault.aspx?Lang=Hebrew&English=True

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I don't know your level so here is a list:

  1. http://www.hebrewbooks.org contains 49,000 books in English and Hebrew in OCR. (intermediate-advanced)
  2. http://www.haoros.com/ for in-depth Hebrew pilpulim (advanced).
  3. http://www.sichosinenglish.org Chassidus in English (beginners to intermediate)
  4. http://www.Chabad.org has a library with some classical sfarim, as well many articles. (beginners to intermediate)

For audio:

  1. http://www.chassidus.com has many audio shiurim in Yiddish/Hebrew/English. (advanced)
  2. http://www.mp3shiur.com/ has many Halacha and Gemarah shiurim
  3. http://torahlectures.com/
  4. http://www.kolhalashon.com
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    This answer is very Chabad-oriented. Even the haoros.com site linked to is a Chabad site. (NTTAWWT.) – msh210 Sep 15 '11 at 14:07
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    @msh210 our very own Alex used to edit them back in 1992. – Shmuel Brin Mar 26 '12 at 17:46