1.      Viewing the web pages ( or sending receiving email ( of Israiliyat: Israeli and Jewish Studies Community email group, a communication platform for those who are related with the Israeli and Jewish Studies in Turkey and the World.

2.      Receiving e-mail with the e-mail address of Israel ( and sending e-mail to the e-mail address of the Journal (, or conference (

3.      receiving and sending bulk email via group email of all ICIJS Participants, <> and last conference participants (ICIJS'22 Participants) <>

4.      Sending e-mail to the Group e-mail address of the ICIJS’s Conference Committees (, Organizing Committee (, co-Chirs (, Reward Review Committee ( and Scientific Committee (

Websites/ Pages

5.      View on the general Israiliyat website (

6.      View on the journal website ( or secondary website (

7.      View on the conference website (

8.      Taking Google Calendar notifications subscribing and scheduling the public Israiliyat Calendar’s by URL address ( or calendar ID <> and viewing the public URL of the “Israiliyat Calendar” (

9.      Viewing clicking the video meetings redirected address (, EB) or taking invitation.

10.  Watching the conference's YouTube channel ( or the last conference's playlist (

11.  Watching live/stream the conference on YouTube ( or Google Meet (

12.  Watching Youtube Live streaming ( letting you interact with audience in real time with a video feed, chat, and more. Signing up for the Google Chat ICIJS space ( to collaborate fluidly and efficiently while organizing the conference.

13.  filling out this form (, which is prepared to evaluate the conference or to get opinions about the conference.

14.  View interpret edit the “ICIJS Shared Drive” (, EB.), related to the conference, especially documents such as a sample template for the article, to store, share, and collaborate on files and folders.

15.  viewing the video call details & attachments and watch recordings (

16.  View/ interpret / edit the “Israiliyat Collaborative Document” (, EB) related to the conference or the journal

17.  entering the folder ( for creating to play, share, download, or save the sessions recording saved during the conference.

18.  Downloading, listening to audio files broadcast online ( and getting notifications as a channel member.

19.  View on the general Israiliyat social media pages (,,,,,

20.  View the Journal's (, author) and conference’s (, participant) Google Academic Citations profile page to create a follow-up and alert, add the "Israeli and Judaic Studies" tag to their areas of interest of my GSC profile so that authors interested in the field can be viewed together, and be among the Contributing authors as an author

21.  Viewing the web-based scholarly subject-specific Israiliyat encyclopedia ( on Israel and Judaism.

22.  Read, preview, search, buy, borrow, download, cite, link, add, find reviews, or translate a book or magazine (

23.  The map ( where you can see the institutions related to the fields of Israel and Judaism together

24.  viewing the Announcement ( and news (

25.  Viewing the conference attendees (

26.  Using the addresses,,,,,) while Managing DergiPark article and issue publishing processes.

27.  Viewing the award site (

28.  View the pages (,, where the journal is indexed