Overview of the Talmud, the text considered an authoritative record of rabbinic discussions on Jewish law, Jewish ethics, customs, legends, and stories.
Online version of the ten volumes of the Babylonian Talmud translated by Michael L. Rodkinson.
Has pictures of the Daf from the Vilna shas, so you can follow along with the text as you listen.
Virtual tour of a page from the Babylonian Talmud. Learn about Talmudic literature, commentaries, law, codes, and more.
A collection of resources for learning the Daf Yomi, the daily page of Talmud studied as part of a program initiated by Rav Meir Shapiro in 1923. The shiuirm, given by Rav Grossman of Los Angeles, can be listened to online, or downloaded.
Hyperlinked Jewish encyclopedia article discussing the history of the sacred text. Includes an English translation of the Talmud.
Catholic Encyclopedia: Talmud
Presents an in-depth description and analysis of the discussions and explanations of the Mishna.
The Daf HaYomi in Yiddish by Rabbi Avrohom Karp.
Daf Yomi audio in Hebrew, given by Rav Yehuda Eliyahu.
Jews' College (Soncino) Babylonian Talmud
Online version of the Talmud, as edited by Rabbi Dr. Isidore Epstein of Jews' College, London. Includes the restoration of previously censored passages, as well as extensive footnotes and commentary. First published in 1952.
Daily companion for Daf Yomi learners in newsletter form.
Highlights various sections of the Talmud.