PUBLIC CONFERENCE: preserving the footprint of the southern african jewish community online #announcements


Eli Rabinowitz
 




SA Jewish Museum - Kaplan Centre - WE ARE HERE! Foundation


PUBLIC CONFERENCE:

preserving the footprint of the southern african jewish community online

The next two sessions are on Wed 4 August and Wed 11 August at 7pm Sydney, 5pm Perth, Midday London, 11am South African time.

Register in advance for this webinar:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_yg05BKTbT1iMwglPCPTIJA 
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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The recording of the first session can be viewed on YouTube here:
https://youtu.be/adXtxs-FaWA  

Eli Rabinowitz
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Program for Session 2:
Websites, Zoom, Social Media & Archives

Wednesday 4 August, 11am - 12.30pm (SA time) 

Once Upon a time in Vryburg: Remembering a country community through a website  
A journey to recount and remember the personal and collective stories of the Vryburg Jews, mistakes made and lessons learnt.
 
Presented by Gary Sussman | Tel Aviv, Israel    
 
Gary Sussman was raised in Vryburg and attended Kimberley Boys High. He later studied at UCT and was very involved in Habonim before making Aliyah. He did his post-graduate studies at Tel Aviv University and LSE. Gary is married to Dorit and is the father of Amit, Rotem and Galia.

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Creating An Online Community From Scratch
Challenges faced online and suggestions of how to overcome them. Unexpected advantages and outcomes.
 
Presented by Rabbi Ryan Newfield | Muizenberg Hebrew Congregation | Cape Town, South Africa
 
Rabbi Newfield has had international pulpit experience and is a surfer, yogi, guitarist, food and adventure enthusiast. He is also a world traveller in search of G-d always and everywhere.  
 
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The Woodstock & Salt River Hebrew Congregation Collection at the SAJM Archive 
The goals, steps and experience of creating the WSRHC digital archive collection for the SAJM Archive.
 
Presented by Juan-Paul Burke | Freelance Copy Editor, Librarian, Archivist & Historical Researcher | Pretoria, South Africa
 
Juan-Paul Burke is a Pretorian who freelances as a copy editor, librarian, archivist and historical researcher and who has a fascination for South African Jewish history.
 
Moderator: Geraldine Auerbach