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We are pleased you are interested in our community webinars. Even if you are unable to attend the session, we do record them. Everyone who signs up will receive a copy of the recording about one week after the webinar. 

Kepler is delighted to make these webinars available. If you find them valuable, we hope that you will consider a donation to help defray our costs and build our programs. (We think we are at least as invigorating as a good cup of coffee!) But don't feel that you cannot attend unless you donate. We value your company and hope that you will continue to sign up and attend as many of our community webinars as interest you. We welcome EVERYONE who wants to participate!

Donations by Shopping! Kepler College is a non-profit 501c3 corporation. This means you can also donate by simply shopping on Amazon! Just click on and then bookmark this link: Amazon Smile. Amazon will note whether a purchase is eligible for Amazon Smile. If so, Amazon will donate 3%-5% of your purchase to Kepler College.

What is the difference between a course and a workshop? 

  • The structure. 
    • Both Workshops and Courses have live recorded meetings. A copy of the recording is made available to everyone who has signed up. BUT this is all that workshops offer.
    • Courses also have an online course site where students will have additional resources in-between the live meetings. These resources can include
      • written articles
      • presentations
      • links to useful websites and articles on the Internet
      • additional audio and video resources
      • written discussion forums
      • quizzes to test your understanding
      • regular feedback from your instructor
      • and more.
    • Courses give you a chance to practice what you have learned between the live sessions with the other students in the course.
    • Courses let you receive direct feedback from the instructor over the length of the course in both oral and written form.
  • The basic approach. 
    • Courses are designed with a focus on student learning. The instructors are not there just to tell you some information. Instead they want to help you take the next steps and incorporate what you have learned as part of your own toolkit.
    • Courses present more than one point of view. You will often have more than one instructor so you can see different perspectives and methods in action.
      • Even if you only have a single instructor, you will still be shown alternatives, controversies, and background so that you can make an informed choice.
    • Courses are designed to help you build your skills in evaluating new information. After a course is over,
      • We want you to be able to evaluate new information from books, articles, websites and other astrologers
      • We want you to have the background you need to decide what type of astrology you are going to practice
      • We want you to have the skills you need to spot where a new or old technique has limitations and what that may mean in practice.