Jewish Virtual Library
Directed by Mitchell Bard, the Jewish Virtual Library, formerly called JSOURCE, is a division of the American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise. It was created in 1993. Besides Judaica, it is a strong online reference source for documents related to Holocaust and Nazi Germany. While it does contain bibliographies, it is not a search engine and is not extensively Web-linked; the organization's intention is to have needed material in one place.
It is divided into 13 sections:
- Israel & The States
- Judaic Treasures of the Library of Congress; it is an authorized mirror site with some uniquely scanned materias
- Vital Statistics
- Reference, including bibliographies, a glossary, and a time-line for the history of Judaism
There is also a multimedia "Virtual Israel Experience".
An American Library Association review describes as "a comprehensive Web site on Israel, Jews and Jewish culture; no attempt is made to shy away from uncomfortable subjects within the history or current events of Jewish life."