For general learning, myjewishlearning.com
Many articles are excerpts from longer works by academic and rabbinical scholars, and the articles are well hyperlinked. Authors are identified and clickable so you can learn about the writer. There is a growing library of multimedia materials. There are resources appropriate for a wide range of ages, from middle school up.
A pioneer in advancing Jewish scholarship for women, Drisha Institute for Jewish Education is a center for the study of classical Jewish texts.
For a historical and contextual approach to Torah study, thetorah.com
The Jewish Theological Seminary‘s community learning page,
Hadar seeks to empower Jews to create and sustain vibrant, practicing, egalitarian communities of Torah, Avodah, and Chesed.
929 invites you to read Tanakh with new eyes: one chapter a day, every day, in sequence.
Pick a course to study online and Zug will match you with a havruta (partner) in America, Israel, or around the world.
The Institute for Jewish Spirituality has month-long online modules and offers live meetings with an instructor.
This is a website in Hebrew for piyut and t’filah. Those who don’t know Hebrew can open the page in Chrome for a translation. Or click on the radio icon for a page of recordings.