About the Project
The National Library’s wide-ranging digitization initiative has been made possible from its earliest stages thanks to the generous support of the David and Fela Shapell Family Foundation. In this way, a national digital library is gradually being developed. This digital library allows access from afar to the treasures of the Library, via a website and a catalog, open to the general public, both in Israel and throughout the world.
The digitization project consists of several collections:
Ketubbot collection | Jerusalem Maps | A sample of the recorded treasures of The National Sound Archives | Newton Manuscripts | Historical Jewish Press | Writings of Maimonides | Moshe Wilensky Archive
| Nuremberg Mahzor | Mahzor Worms | Rashi | Alexandrovich Collection