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New in the Reference section: Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon
Today we're excited to share the latest addition to our Reference section: the Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon — also known as BDB — the most widely used and comprehensive scholarly dictionary for Torah study.
Sefaria Communications1490 ViewsOctober 14, 2022Sefaria News,Tanakh
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How We Approach Expanding the Sefaria Library
As the library grows, we want to take a moment to reflect on our values as an organization and offer insight into how we approach building our collection.
Sefaria Communications241 ViewsOctober 14, 2022Sefaria News,Blog
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Announcing the Complete Mishneh Torah in English
Rambam's influential legal code is now available for all to read on Sefaria, interlinked with the rest of our library.
Sefaria Communications941 ViewsSeptember 15, 2022Halakhah
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Welcome to the New Sefaria
We want everyone, of every background, to feel at home and confident in navigating the texts of our tradition. To bring us all closer to that ideal, we’ve completely redesigned how you navigate the Sefaria website.
Sefaria Communications2791 ViewsJuly 22, 2021Technology,Updates,Blog
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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Sefaria Topics Pages
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the complexities of creating Sefaria's Topic pages.
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How a Melton School Ethics Course Uses Sefaria to Engage Adult Learners
The four-week curriculum utilizes Sefaria texts and tools to explore the development of Jewish thought.
Sefaria Communications510 ViewsNovember 3, 2022Technology,Ethics,Education
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German Translation of the Talmud, Originally Completed on Eve of WWII, Now Available Online
A team of German and Austrian scholars worked with Sefaria to digitize the landmark text, link it to translations in other languages, and make it accessible to all.
Sefaria Communications1804 ViewsSeptember 27, 2021German,Blog,Talmud,Translation
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2021: New Year, New Texts
Sefaria Communications1894 ViewsDecember 29, 2020
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Library Updates - 2022
2022 - We’re delighted to share our newest additions to the Sefaria library. Read some of the highlights and start exploring. 
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In case you missed it... Tech Updates – 2022
Here is a roundup of some tech and product updates we have made since the end of 2021.
Sefaria Communications1137 ViewsJanuary 20, 2022Blog,Tech,Sefaria
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New Feature: Manuscripts
Learn how to find manuscripts for Tanakh, Mishnah, and the Babylonian Talmud in this guide. Thanks to work done by the National Library of Israel, we are able to align each manuscript with the corresponding text on Sefaria.
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New Spanish Translations on Sefaria
New Spanish translations on Sefaria, courtesy of Seminario Rabínico Latinoamericano.
Sefaria Communications1818 ViewsSeptember 10, 2021Blog
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Newest Women Scholars on Sefaria
Here are the newest works from modern women scholars in our library as of June 2021!
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A Fully Translated Version of the Jerusalem Talmud, Now On Sefaria
A complete English translation with links to commentaries and other sources makes this vital text more accessible than ever.
Sefaria Communications1368 ViewsDecember 7, 2021Talmud,Talmud Yerushalmi,Blog
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About the Translator: Professor Heinrich Guggenheimer
A tribute to Professor Heinrich Guggenheimer, who translated and vocalized the Jerusalem Talmud in our library today.
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Sefaria Staff Favorites 2021: A Reading List
Curious about which texts Sefaria staff members love to read? Dive into this reading list to explore their recommendations!
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Translation Trivia
Does The New York School of Philanthropy sound familiar? You might know it by another name. Find out who published Louis Feinberg's 1915 translation of part of the Shulchan Arukh, the most widely accepted codification of Jewish Law.
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