Free Courses & Supplemental Material

Free Courses: There are free courses available to anyone who registers and logs into the Kepler website and enters as a “guest” on the Certificate course site. These classes are provided for your own enjoyment and development. They do not have any “live” interaction or instructor assistance.
Free Webinars: Kepler offers free webinars on a regular basis. A description of the webinar and a link for registration is posted on the homepage of the Kepler website. For most webinars, anyone who signs up and attends will receive a link to download the recording.

Paid Webinars: Kepler periodically offers paid webinars. These either cover a single subject or are part of a series. These can be taken live or a recording may be purchased.
Workshops and Focus Seminars: Kepler periodically offers short workshops and focus seminars ranging from a weekend intensive to 4 to 6 week offerings.  Most workshops consist of 90 to 120-minute scheduled live online sessions, which are recorded for students. Others provide additional materials or assignments in an online course site.
Supplemental Materials: In some certificates, there are supplemental courses or a library of supplemental materials available only to students enrolled in a particular course or certificate. Unless specifically designated by the instructor, this material is not required by the certificate, but may be explored as desired for the student’s enjoyment and self-development.
The Marion D. March Electronic Research Library
For a nominal fee, students have access to an online research library. Enrollment gives you access to thousands of books and peer-reviewed articles not generally available to the public. Kepler currently has three database subscriptions:
1)    Early English Books Online (EEBO): complete primary source material written in or translated to English through the nineteenth century. There are complete works by Lilly, Ramses, almanacs and more available in EEBO.
2)    Journal Storage: the Scholarly Journal Archive (JSTOR) “Arts and Sciences” Collections I and II provides access to twentieth century academic journals and periodicals where you can find academic research on astrology and many other subjects.
3)    ProQuest Sociology gives users access to the full-text of more than 310 journals in sociology and social work. This collection provides full-text coverage of many core titles included in Sociological Abstracts and Social Services Abstracts and many include academic research on astrology.
The electronic library also provides access to additional internet resources and digital books.

Free Introduction to Astrology

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Click here for a FREE Introduction to Astrology. This course is based on the online course site that Kepler uses for its regular classes..