Students can register to have access to primary source material written in or translated to English through the nineteenth century in Early English Books Online (EEBO). Access to twentieth century academic journals and periodicals through Journal Storage: the Scholarly Journal Archive (JSTOR) “Arts and Sciences I and II” and the Proquest Sociology Database provide Kepler students a wide range of materials of both primary and secondary sources for effective and comprehensive research. In addition, the library has a collection of audio and video lectures.
Non-students may also gain access to the electronic research databases. Click here to register for the library. Your login information will be sent to you within 2 business days. Kepler also has an agreement with ISAR and other astrological organizations where members may purchase access to the online library for a discounted price.
The Marion D. March Electronic Research Library, through Kepler College, offers all serious astrologers and students the opportunity to share this invaluable resource of academically respected primary source material as a foundational basis for lectures, articles and books. You can gain access either as enrolling as a student at Kepler or through our agreement with ISAR. Enrollment in the library provides you with thousands of articles and books through Early English Books Online, JSTOR Arts & Sciences Collections I and II and the Proquest Sociology database.
Electronic Library: Besides JSTOR, Proquest and EEBO, Kepler has links to many digitized collections found throughout the web. These are available to individuals who have subscribed to the library.
On-site Library: Thanks to generous donations by many, Kepler has a large collection of books and periodicals. For a small fee, we will search for articlesand either scan and e-mail or photocopy and mail them via US postal service, unless doing so infringes on copyright laws.