FORA.tv

FORA.tv, a site for engaging video programs from conferences, summits, public forums, university debates and think tanks across the globe, hosts videos relating to programs of the former

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FORA.tv

Facebook

One of the world's largest social networking websites, Facebook is a place where you can directly interact with us online.

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Facebook

Scribd

The Magnes joined Scribd.com in 2009 to enhance its digital programs with documents about its collections and

Delicious

The Magnes has been using the social bookmarking website, Delicious, not only to share a host of relevant web resources that our curatorial staff uses and deems relevant, but also as an archive of

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YouTube

Magnes now has a YouTube channel! In addition to the videos posted to Fora.tv, we also upload videos of our public programs and productions. Click here to view our video content.

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Flickr

The photo sharing website Flickr has proved to be a valuable resource for encouraging dialog and interaction with public photo collections.

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Flickr

Twitter

Magnes on Twitter

The Staff of the Magnes has been "tweeting" since early 2009, and has used its Twitter feed as a broadcasting tool, often in conjunction with Faceb

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Images

Explore the image galleries from The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life. Each gallery is continuously updated with thematically selected content.

Video

Video galleries documenting the history of the Judah L.

Audio

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