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Welcome to Ethology Institute’s Meeting Rooms!

It’s from here we conduct all our virtual meetings, classes to our students, and webinars to students and visitors.

Please read the instructions for how to join a meeting, a class, or a webinar. Then, click the particular event of your choice and follow the on-screen directives. 

Ethology Institute—knowledge to everyone everywhere!

Upcoming LIVE ONLINE Events


📆 Aug 10: Tilde’s Students Meeting (for students only)

📆 Aug 23: Study Group (for students only)

📆 Aug 24: Meet Your Tutors (for students only)

📆 Aug 31: Tilde’s Students Meeting (for students only)

All LIVE ONLINE meetings are at 15:00 GMT (UTC) except when otherwise specified. Some meetings are broadcast live on Ethology Institute Group (Facebook). For more details and registration info, please see below.


How to Join an Event


▷ Worldwide access — You can join an event (meeting, class, webinar), no matter where in the world you are, provided you have an internet connection. ❊

▷ Registration and log in — Register and log in to our website to access an event. Registration is free.

▷ Zoom — We use Zoom as our preferred platform for virtual events. Download the free Zoom application and complete your profile.

▷ Join an event — Once you have logged in and you have the Zoom application, click the event you want to join and follow the on-screen instructions. ❊

▷ Instructions — Click here to see detailed instructions to join our Zoom events.


❊ Please note that some events are not open to everyone. “You are not eligible to register for this event” means the event is reserved for attendees complying with some pre-requisites.


Animal Behavior and Learning

Ethologists, behaviorists, and animal trainers analyze video clips and answer questions from viewers

Hosted by Jessica Pacheco.

Jessica Pacheco hosts Ethology Institute’s ethologists, behaviorists, and animal trainers.
🙋🏻‍♀️ Host: Jessica Pacheco.
👥 Panelists: Various guests.
🔖 Topic: Trendy topics, video clips, and articles.
 30 minutes.
💶 Free for all.

Meet Your Tutors
Ethology Institute’s Tutors.

Meet your tutors and ask any questions you like. These meetings are also an excellent opportunity to know your peers. Note that participating in a meeting gives you one study credit, adding to the tally you need to earn a diploma. We announce meeting times on our Facebook page “Ethology Institute Group.

⏱ 60 minutes.
📆 One Thursday monthly (upcoming: Aug 24, 15:00 UTC).
💶 Free for all students (mandatory registration).

Study Group

Study Group
Ethology Institute’s Students.

This group is a study group for Ethology Institute students only. Join your peers face to face via Zoom and discuss articles, papers, videos, etc.

Students Laura Kjær and Ben Neill are the hosts of these student meetings. Keep updated by following us on Facebook.

⏱ 40 minutes.
📆 One Wednesday monthly (upcoming: Aug 23, 16:00 UTC).
 Free for all students (mandatory registration).


Tilde’s Students Meeting
Ethology Institute’s Students.

Created initially for EI’s tutor Tilde Detz Jensen and her students to meet, this group now accepts all EI students. Please get in touch with Tilde beforehand for any topic you’d like to discuss. We announce meeting times on our Facebook page “Ethology Institute Group.

⏱ 90 minutes.
📆 One Thursday monthly (upcoming: Aug 10 and 31, 15:00 UTC).
💶 Free for all students (mandatory registration).

What's Next?

What’s Next?
Coming Soon

Keep an eye on this page. We have more live events to come, some free and others at affordable rates. Therefore, bookmark this page now.

You can also keep updated by following us on Facebook.

Meanwhile, browse through our extensive list of high-quality online courses and begin earning a certificate today.

Interested in a full diploma program? Check our Fair Price Grants. You may be eligible for one.

● Knowledge to everyone everywhere

Dog Language
by Roger Abrantes, Ethologist, Ph.D.

Dog language reviews all the most important elements of dog behavior from agonistic behavior to sexual and predatory behavior. This webinar by the author of “Dog Language” is a must for all dog owners and trainers.

⏱ 4 x 45 minutes plus 15 minutes Q&A webinars illustrated with slides and videos. Incl. online course, tests, and course certificate.
📆 To be announced.
💶 Webinar fee: €148 for all four webinars incl. online course.

Learn How to Stimulate Your Dog at Home
by Roger Abrantes, Ethologist, Ph.D.

Under-stimulation is the cause #1 of problem behavior in dogs. Learn the most efficient ways to stimulate your dog when you cannot go outdoors. Prevention is always better than cure. Don’t miss this webinar.

⏱ 45 minutes webinar illustrated with slides and videos plus 15 minutes Q&A.
📆 To be announced.
 Webinar fee: €39.

Animal Training My Way

by Roger Abrantes, Ethologist, Ph.D.

“Animal Training My Way — Merging Ethology and Behaviorism” may change your life and the life of your pet forever.

The author writes, “If you asked me to tell you in one sentence what it is all about, I’d say: it’s about realizing the need to control ourselves rather than others.”

Based on the book of the same title, this is a webinar with loads of practical examples and stuff to ponder.

⏱ 4 x 45 minutes plus 15 minutes Q&A webinars illustrated with slides and videos. Incl. online course, tests, and course certificate.
📆 To be announced.
💶 Webinar fee: €148 for all four webinars incl. online course.

Comportamiento Canino Pacificador

Comportamiento Canino Pacificador
Presentadores: Roger Abrantes, Ph.D., con introducción de Marisa Covarrubias.

El profesor Roger Abrantes, Ph.D., etólogo, explica qué es el comportamiento pacificador, sus orígenes, evolución y expresiones. Este tipo de comportamiento es esencial para comunicarse con nuestros perros y entenderlos.

Podemos evitar muchos problemas con nuestros perros aprendiendo un poco del idioma canino.

⏱ 45 minutos ilustrados com fotos más 15 para preguntas.
📆 Martes, 19 de mayo a las 4pm (GMT+1 = 10am México, 11am Chile, 5pm España).
💶 Gratis (número limitado de participantes — se requiere registro)

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