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NewCAJE presentation resources page 1

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Resources for using Open Source and Free Culture in Jewish Education (handout from my NewCAJE 6 presentation).

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NewCAJE presentation resources page 1

  1. 1. What you can do to “Open Source” Judaism • Be explicit • Be up-front • Be realistic • Honor your users • Share in a way that makes it available (formats) Jewish Resources Jewish Free Culture Society: http://www.JewishFreeCulture.org Open Siddur: http://opensiddur.org/ Sefaria: http://www.sefaria.org HebCal: http://hebcal.com JHacker blog: http://jhacker.org Hebrew Wikisource: http://he.wikisource.org/ Culmus project (Hebrew fonts): http://culmus.sourceforge.net/ Haggadah: http://www.jewishboston.com/279-jewishboston-com/blogs/1771-haggadah-blues- jewishboston-com-presents-your-free-downloadable-passover-haggadah Havurah on the Hill Friday Night siddur: http://www.vilnashul.org/images/uploads/PrayerBook- HoH-Complete.pdf (PDF) Open Source Applications Reveal.js: Open Source: http://lab.hakim.se/reveal-js/#/ or easy to use: http://slides.com LibreOffice: http://libreoffice.org Firefox: http://www.mozilla.org Wordpress: http://wordpress.org (software) http://wordpress.com (hosted) Github: http://github.com Free Culture Info Creative Commons: http://creativecommons.org/ Freedom defined (“free culture”): http://freedomdefined.org/ Open Source Definition: http://opensource.org/osd Contact Me Marc Stober | E-mail: marcstober@gmail.com | Twitter: @marcstober Marc Stober, August 2015. Shared under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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