Access Text Study Resources Online
- URJ's Torah study page, updated weekly
- Scroll down to the heading This Week's Torah Portion and look below the heading.
- For an overview, select the name of the parashat.
- For commentary, select View [parashat name] Commentary.
- For the text, select Read Full Text of text of [parashat name] (CCAR translation from The Torah: A Modern Commentary).
- ISJL’s Taste of Torah, updated weekly
- Sefaria's Torah resources
- Visit Sefaria's Torah Portions page and select the correct parashat.
- For the text, read the parashat directly from that page or select Read the Portion (JPS translation from Tanakh: The Holy Scriptures).
- For commentaries, select Sheets and choose a commentary.
- Chabad's resources, updated weekly
- For an overview, look to the right-hand menu and select Text & Summaries, then [parashat name] in a Nutshell.
- For the text, look to the right-hand menu and select Text & Summaries, then [parashat name] Torah Reading (Rabbi A.J. Rosenberg's translation; you can use the button at the top of the translation to turn on Rashi’s commentary).
Read introductions to Talmud on My Jewish Learning (short) and Chabad (long). View a guide to the layout of the Babylonian Talmud.
- Babylonian Talmud, a.k.a. Talmud Bavli (more detailed, and considered more authoritative than the Jerusalem Talmud) resources:
- Michael J. Rodkinson's 1918 translation (pdf) and HTML (webpage) versions of many tractates on the Jewish Virtual Library
- Soncino Babylonian Talmud, Ed. I Epstein, 1935-1952, on Halakhah.com
- The William Davidson Talmud on Sefaria (read about the WD Talmud)
- Chabad's Study Talmud page - numerous resources.
- RealClearDaf presents both sides of a Bavli Talmud page and has an audio lesson to accompany; register for free to access other days.
- HebrewBooks' scanned and OCRed version (under "Shas," another term for Talmud)
- BavliOnline's manuscripts (they load slowly)
- Jerusalem Talmud, a.k.a. Talmud Yerushalmi
Heidi Lerner lists other online resources in an article for the Association for Jewish Studies.