The 34 schools in the DigitalJLearning Network (DJLN) receive grant assistance to advance the adoption and integration of online and blended courses. Additionally, each participating school receives expert assistance in the political, educational and technical aspects of adopting and integrating online and blended learning into their educational programs. This expertise includes participation in communities of practice, collaborative learning, opportunities to work with guest experts and the collection and dissemination of additional resources related for implementing online learning. DigitalJLearning is a project of the Jewish Education Project and JESNA.
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