The School of Practical Philosophy is offering the Introductory Philosophy Course and other courses via an online, interactive-learning format. Not a text-based chat-room, this enjoyable format allows the entire class to be heard and seen via the internet. The introductory series of 10 sessions is offered three times a year: in January, April, and September. The online course, at one hour a week, covers the first five weeks of the traditional two-hour classroom’s syllabus.
Begins: Various dates — please check the schedule by clicking here.
Fee: The Introductory and Part 2 classes are a gift…no fee. All other classes are $50 for the ten-week semester.
Click below to view the schedule and to register.
About the Online Learning offering:
We have gotten numerous inquiries — either from former students who moved away from the cities in which the classes are offered in traditional classrooms, or from people who have heard or read about the school and want to attend but again are located far away from where the classes are held today. At present, students attend the online classes from several continents (North America, Africa, Asia, Australia and Europe) and time-zones from Pacific (GMT-8) to Eastern European (GMT+2) to India (GMT+5.5) to Australia (GMT+10).
To sign up for our mailing list to be kept informed of the program, please click here.
Technical requirements – Click here for the minimum technical requirements and recommended equipment.
All students see and hear everyone in the classroom.
For video, you will need to have a webcam or built-in webcam.
For audio, a decent quality headset is preferred but built-in speakers and a built-in microphone or webcam-microphone will work just fine.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to write to firstname.lastname@example.org.