Dr. Moshe Shner received his Ph.D. in Jewish philosophy from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in NYC, where he studied the impact of the Holocaust on Jewish identity. Currently he is a Lecturer of Jewish philosophy at Oranim Academic College, head of the Jewish Philosophy Department and member of the Advanced Studies Faculty.
His academic teaching includes topics in Jewish philosophy and Western Philosophy, Jewish education, Holocaust Education and the challenge of modern Jewish identity in a post-Holocaust world, interfaith dialogues and multicultural education.
Besides Judaic studies, Shner deals with online pedagogy and the challenge of the Internet World to traditional teaching-learning paradigms; among other topics he explores the potential of Internet networking for world wide Holocaust education. His 2008 book is "Being a Jew in the Third Millennium" (in Hebrew, Mofet Institute, Tel Aviv).