DAF YOMI RESOURCES

Daf Yomi Resources on the Web

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Daf Notes is a blog for those studying the Daf Yomi, posting questions and insights on a daily basis.

Daf HaChaim gives a daf yomi visual shiur and review with animated charts & illustration. Pretty cool, also a must see.

 
Real Clear Daf’s audio shiurim deliver a lucid, accurate, and engaging presentation of the pashut p’shat (straightforward interpretation) of the Gemara’s give-and-take, based primarily on the commentary of Rashi.

E-DAF has pictures of the daf from the Vilna shas, so you can follow along with the text as you listen. Their content has been integrated into this site.

Shas Illuminated presents an in-depth shiur clearly and concisely explaining the main rishonim and achronim, intended to be learned after learning the gemara with Rashi. It is recorded by world-class maggidei shiur in a clear and straightforward manner that will enhance, broaden, and unlock the treasures hidden in each daf, including halacha lema'asaeh.



Dafyomi Advancement Forum (DAF) has an extensive collection of resources, including insights, self-assessment questions, rabbanim who will answer your questions about the daf, and more.

Daf Digest is compiled by members of the Ruben Shas Kollel, written and edited by HaRav Daniel Raccah Harav Ben-Zion Rand and HaRav Gershon Schaffel. It is published by The Chicago Center for Torah and Chesed, under the leadership of HaRav Yehoshua Eichenstein, shlit'a HaRav Pinchus Eichenstein, Rosh Kollel HaRav Tzvi Bider, Executive Director.



Ohr Somayach Weekly Daf  - Insights, explanations and comments from the seven pages of Talmud studied in the course of this week's worldwide Daf Yomi cycle by Rav Weinbach, Dean of Ohr Somayach.

YU Torah Online has a very rich set of shiurim on sugyos of the daf from their top roshei yeshiva, as well as moadim, halacha, machshava and parsha.




OU Radio has English audio shiurim from Rabbi Elefant and Rabbi Yosef Grossman (not to be confused with Rabbi Dovid Grossman of this site). They started with Brachos in March 2005 and are keeping current from that point forward. Their shiurim are in mp3 format and available for download from their site.

Daf Yomi 4 Kids is a low cost monthly e-publication for children following the daily study program of Daf Yomi. For each page of Daf Yomi there is a corresponding full-color, two-sided page of Daf Yomi 4 Kids. Last I checked in 2013, the PDF was only $6, the print edition $12. I haven't seen anything else like it.

Master Daf - provides for a fee Rav Kosman's daf yomi shiurim in both streaming and downloadable formats. They let us freely distribute their material for several years, and we thank them for it.

Al Hadaf has a wonderful bi-weekly newsletter that has been around since the 1990s. It is sent to subscribers for a fee by regular mail or e-mail. See their website for details, or email Rabbi Zev Dickstein at cong_al_hadaf@yahoo.com or phone 845-356-9114.

Daf Yomi by Simon Wolf
 - provides great English audio daf yomi shiurim in a very clear manner from my dear friend, Simon Wolf of Ramat Shilo. He also puts out many highly detailed charts and diagrams of the daf on a very high level. It's a must see for anyone who learns the daf.

Kol Avrohom has daf yomi audio in Yiddish, given by Rav Avrohom Karp ZT"L.

My Shiur.net has daf yomi audio in Hebrew, given by Rav Yehuda Eliyahu.

KOL HALOSHON has a telephone shiur service in English, Hebrew and Yiddish with speakers such as Rabbi Shmuel Badouch, Rav Moshe Goldberger, Rav Moshe Meir Weiss, Rav Shmuel Dovid Friedman and Rav Avraham Chaim Steinwurzel.

TorahForMe.com has free Torah MP3 classes and Torah reading, including a folder called DAF YOMI GEMARA. Many shiurim are from Machon Meir.

The above links are from www.dafyomi.org  

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