ROCKVILLE, Md., Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- MyJewishLearning.com today was awarded the prestigious Web Marketing Association 2005 Standard of Excellence WebAward. The WMA, composed of Internet marketing, advertising, public relations and design professionals from around the country, seeks to improve the quality of advertising, marketing and promotion used to attract Internet visitors. Through its annual award competition WMA judges websites internationally against an ever higher industry standard and against peer sites. Over 2100 entries from 33 countries for this award were judged on seven criteria: design, innovation, content, technology, interactivity, copywriting and ease of use. Paul Roitman Bardack, MyJewishLearning's CEO, commented, "I am thrilled that our site was deemed worthy of such an award. To know that we are regarded by our peers as being in the same league as past winners such as Disney Interactive, Hewlett-Packard, IBM and FedEx is a wonderful tribute to our dedicated staff and supportive donors." A sampling of the judges' quotes reviewing the MyJewishLearning.com site are: - "Great writing and layout work" - "What a wonderful array of content" - "The site is extremely big in terms of content and does a good job in providing the tools to get it" - "Very appealing use of multimedia tools to help users learn about certain content" MyJewishLearning, based in Rockville, Maryland, is the world's largest English language, pluralistic Jewish educational website and has over 2500 articles on all aspects of Judaism and the Jewish people; many active discussion boards; and is a portal to the larger Jewish Internet. MJL has experienced tremendous growth in its four years of existence, as increasing numbers of people -- Jews and non-Jews alike -- seek to better understand Judaism's rich and diverse heritage. About MyJewishLearning.com MyJewishLearning.com is a transdenominational website of Jewish information and education geared toward learners of all religious and educational backgrounds. MyJewishLearning.com is funded by The Samuel Bronfman Foundation (SBF), The Abramson Family Foundation, The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation, and The Jewish Life Network/Steinhardt Foundation.