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What is Limmud?

Limmud North America is dedicated to animating community. We do that by spreading Jewish ideas, bringing people of diverse backgrounds together to connect with transformative learning and each other. Learn more about us by visiting our website.

How do I access sessions?
All sessions utilize Zoom. On the day of eFestival, a 'Video Stream' button will appear within each event, just above the description, in the schedule. You must be registered and logged in to see the Zoom link. At the appropriate time, click the button, and you will be redirected into your session. Note: the 'Video Stream' button will only appear if you are ticketed and logged in.


Why Am I Getting an Error When Trying to Add a Session?
You are only able to add one session per hour block. If you are receiving an error when trying to add a new session (we know, with so many great options, we're having trouble choosing too!) it is likely because you are still registered for another during the same hour. Click the blackened check box in the session you're already registered for to remove it from your schedule then try again.

I'm Building My Schedule... How Do I Confirm That I Signed Up Correctly?
Sessions that you've added to your schedule will have a darkened check mark on them. There's no need to hit 'submit' or 'send' or anything other than what you've already done.


Will sessions be recorded? Can I watch them online later?
All sessions are recorded, and some may be published in the coming weeks. To stay up to date on our video offerings, subscribe to our YouTube channel.

How Can I Get Help?
Something not working? Having trouble? We're here to help! Please email efest@limmudna.org.
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