The Times declared a few months ago that the time has come for The Web Way to Learn a Language (article by ERIC A. TAUB).
The sites that the Times recommends offer instruction in many languages, including modern Hebrew.
These three "Introduction to Classical Hebrew" courses linked here are our own independent study courses in Biblical Hebrew. You can download them for free.
We based these courses on Kittel, et. al., Biblical Hebrew, first edition. The book has since then been published in a second edition.
These are originally university level courses and they now are available to anyone who wants to study the language of the Hebrew Scriptures, men and women, young and old, laypeople, ministers, seminary and yeshiva students.
Here are the links to our course materials and other relevant background materials:
Independent Study Courses (PDF)
Introduction to Judaism
Introduction to Classical Hebrew 1104
Introduction to Classical Hebrew 1105
Introduction to Classical Hebrew 1106
The Beruriah Traditions
Jewish Studies Network H-Judaic Syllabi
Teaching Mishnah, Midrash and Talmud at the University
- Ancient Israel: the Hellenistic Period
- Bible: Wisdom, Poetry and Apocalyptic
- Introduction to Judaism
- Jewish Prayer
- Judaism in the Time of Early Christianity
- Maimonides' Texts
- Medieval Bible Commentaries
- Modern Judaism
- Rabbinic Texts
- Seminar for Jewish Educators
- Talmudic Texts
- The Dead Sea Scrolls
- The Mishnah and Midrash in English