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EVE University - free public classes on everything EVE!

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Ivy League
#1 - 2014-02-08 16:39:58 UTC  |  Edited by: Kivena
EVE University
Founded March 2004



Regular public classes, both theoretical and practical, on all aspects of life in New Eden - combat mechanics, ship fitting, PvE activities, PvP tactics and many many more - for more details visit: http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/Classes.



Here at EVE University - a player-run initiative - we hold regular classes, the vast majority of which are open to the public, on pretty much every aspect of EVE Online. Classes on missioning, fitting your ship, armour and shield tanking, combat scouting and probing, wormholes & exploration, and so on. By default all our classes are public, which means absolutely anyone can join them.

You can see a schedule of our upcoming classes on our calendar: http://calendar.eveuniversity.org/ - note the links at the bottom to import it into your calendar application of choice. We also have an in-game mailing list to announce upcoming classes - join the mailing list Classes.E-UNI

In addition upcoming classes are posted in the Scheduled Classes section of our own forum, where you can find details of the class and provide feedback afterwards. Classes are held on our public Mumble server and in in-game chat channels, the connection & channel details can all be found on this page - http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/Classes

Feel free to ask questions in this thread, and we'll post notices of upcoming classes here too.

Hope to see you in class soon!

PS: another thing we LOVE is older players giving their time to hold classes, either joining E-UNI to teach or as a guest lecturer. If this interests you, contact Titus Tallang or Spanky Ikkala.



Other publicly-available resources:

  • Huge wiki containing information on virtually everything in EVE Online: http://wiki.eveuniversity.org.
  • Public help channel (join the channel E-UNI in-game, or look in the Help section of the channel list) for all your questions and answers.
  • Recorded class library where you can find recordings of previous classes held.

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Caldari State
#2 - 2014-02-08 17:34:13 UTC
Approved and highly recommended.

+1

Personal channel: Crazy Dutch Guy

Help channel: Help chat - Reloaded

Public roams channels: RvB Ganked / Redemption Road / Spectre Fleet / Bombers bar / The Content Club

#3 - 2014-02-08 18:06:30 UTC
Please repost this in GD so I can say the things I really want to without being banned for abusing newbies delicate sensitivies with my vitriolic response to anything E-UNI.

Mr Epeen Cool
#4 - 2014-02-08 18:25:04 UTC  |  Edited by: Mynutor
Highly recommended.

I have created audio recordings of 3 of the classes last week and there is a huge collection of audio recordings on the eve uni wiki.

Here is the class library:
http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/EVE_University_Class_Library

some of these are old and outdated, most of them are still very good.

Objective sighted. Target locked. Lasers activated. Pew-pew-pew. Die roid..., DIE!

Ivy League
#5 - 2014-02-09 20:42:05 UTC
Wednesday, 12th of February

21:00 - Logistics 101
xranderx of Tempest Legion will attempt to provide a foundation for all pilots looking to fill a logistics role in fleets. Everyone loves their logibros.

Thursday, 13th of February

16:00 - Armor Tanking 101
Lots of Heavy Metal! Reps that land at the end of the cycle! Way more relevant support skills than shield tanking! Just don't start the armor vs armour discussion... (Brought to you by Brakoo of Nulli Secunda.)

21:00 - Gunnery 101
An introduction to how turrets function, and how to get the most out of them. Including factors like falloff, optimal, tracking speed, and how ammunition types and gunnery-related skills and modules improve your damage.

Friday, 14th of February

02:00 - Skill Training 101
Improving your character's skills is one of the most fundamental core mechanics of EVE. This class by Hank Magnusson will cover everything related to improving your skills, including how to train faster, how to avoid losing skill points, and how to identify which skills will improve your ship's performance.


As ever, check here http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/Classes for how to join the classes, and for more details of the individual classes check the forum here.

Director of Communications EVE University

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Ivy League
#6 - 2014-02-24 00:36:52 UTC
Monday, 24th of February

19:00 - EWAR 101
Paledan Safemal of TRECI tells you all about EWAR and how to really ruin your enemies' day. Jam them, damp them, disrupt them generally make them angry, this class will tell you how.

Wednesday, 26th of February

02:00 - Mining 101
Enjoy sucking rocks? Want to do it better and make more ISK (and stay safe in the process)? Muamas Falcon will show you how!

21:00 - Cap is Life!
Yours truly deciphers the mysteries of the capacitor, and sets out exactly what peak recharge means. Plus how to get the best out of your capacitor, including modules, skills and cap management techniques.

Thursday, 27th of February

02:00 - Logistics 101
Alan Logrus shows you how to be the best goddamn healer in the galaxy. Space priest. Celestial cleric.

19:00 - Stealth Bombers
Bombs away! What bombers are, and why you should fly them. With Spanky Ikkala.

22:00 - EVEMon and EFT
Some of the best 3rd party tools for EVE, this will help you plan your skill queues and fit your ships - Annaka Hansen shows you how to use them.

Friday, 28th of February

02:00 - Ghost Sites
These are interesting. Apparently you find them with scanning and get stuff. And sometimes die in ball of fire. This is all I know about ghost sites... maybe I should attend Moshe 'Reed' Dayan's class.

22:00 - Logistics 103
Advanced logistics tactics, focusing on triage carriers - how and when to use them and fit them. With Jordanna Bauer.

Saturday, 1st March

00:00 - Introduction to EVE University
Who we are, what we do, and what you can expect from us. Probably of interest to brand new members of E-UNI. With DeSaros Umekawa

03:30 - Fleets 101
What to use fleets for, aligning, gates, fleet history, and everything to help you be a better fleet pilot.

Sunday, 2nd of March

02:00 - Fleets 101
I'm running out of space here in this mail, we have so many classes on this week! This one is given by Kwazar Olgidar.

11:00 - Mining 101
See above! Only this time, with Chaos Utama.

20:00 - Q&A with The Mittani
Yes, that Mittani. He talks to us about his experiences of EVE. This is part of a little series of Q&A sessions with various well known EVE personalities, look for more on the calendar as we approach our 10th birthday in March.


As ever, check here http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/Classes for how to join the classes, and for more details of the individual classes check the forum here.

Director of Communications EVE University

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Ivy League
#7 - 2014-03-13 11:05:30 UTC
As my dear colleague appears to be slacking off, here's this week's class overview:

Monday, 10th of March

02:00 - Missioning 101: Wartime edition
That we're currently not at war doesn't stop us from preparing for the inevitable next time. Thus, Loyd Smith will be giving this Missioning 101 lecture with some additional wartime-related information.


Tuesday, 11th of March

01:00 - Armor Tanking 101
I could do another paragraph on what this class is all about - but seeing as we schedule this so often, I'll just save my ideas for next time and leave you with this image, which says more than a thousand words. Not more than a thousand words by lecturer Tycho Loor, though!

20:00 - Logistics 101
In lecturer Baron Anjin Toronagasan's own words - "I Can Healing Beams, and so can YOU!". Nothing else to say here.


Wednesday, 12th of March

01:00 - Mining 101
How to murder space rocks in the most efficient fashion possibly while serving as the foundation of EVE's economy - with Chaos Utama.

19:00 - Q&A: Morning Maniac
The guy that started it all so many years ago - EVE University's founder joins us for a very special Q&A session as part of our birthday celebrations.

22:00 - First Steps: T2 Production
EVE University's very own Director of Logistics Turhan Bey gives insights in the arcane arts of research, invention, and all other things related to T2 production.


Thursday, 13th of March

20:00 - Trade 102: Station Trading
We obviously give our Directorate too much free time - Director of Logistics Turhan Bey once again joins us, this time to give a lecture on the mysteries of "not undocking" and "swimming in ISK Scrooge-style". Advice on the best anti-drowning techniques may or may not be included.

23:00 - EVEMon and EFT
How about some user-friendly interfaces to go along with your EVE? Annaka Hansen explains how to best plan ahead using two very powerful tools. (Note: Attendees are strongly urged to download EFT and EVEMon before the class - please see the announcement thread for details.)


Friday, 14th of March

02:00 - Fitting 101
"Drag module to ship." Sounds simple, right? Robnik Charante is standing by and ready to explain to you why it isn't, and how to avoid many of the basic pitfalls along the way.

09:00 - Flying Safe
"How to not die." Sounds like a simple enough premise, right? By iavatus.

17:00 - Q&A: Jonny Pew
As part of EVE University's birthday celebrations, we're joined by the infamous Jonny Pew, who will be happy to answer any question you'd like to ask.


Saturday, 15th of March

20:00 - Q&A: Jean Leaner
We are joined by Jean Leaner, the Head of Intelligence for Nulli Secunda, for another Q&A session filled with insights into the world of 0.0 politics and espionage.

22:00 - Q&A: -RZR- edition
And more Q&A action - this time with two of the leaders of RAZOR Alliance - Jackal314159 and mrpapageorgio.


Sunday, 16th of March

03:00 - Game Mechanics Q&A
This weekly Q&A session by University professor Seamus Donohue, also known as The Walking Encyclopedia™, is intended to answer any and all questions you may have about various obscure game mechanics.


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the "Add Mailing List" in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.

Director of Education - EVE University - http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/

Ivy League
#8 - 2014-03-16 10:55:51 UTC  |  Edited by: Titus Tallang
Monday, 17th of March

00:00 - Making a Difference in E-UNI
DeSaros Umekawa will do his best to introduce you to ways you can contribute to the University.

02:00 - Salvaging 101
How to pry valuable resources from the corpses of your dead foes. By Loyd Smith.

10:00 - Stealh Bombing 101
Local explosion specialist Spanky Ikkala explains this particularily sneaky form of warfare. Bombs away!

16:00 - Making a Difference in E-UNI
EUTZ version of DeSaros Umekawa's lecture on how to contribute to the UNI.

19:00 - Jump Freighters
Dorothy Simson of Red Frog Freight joins us to give a special guest lecture on this rarely-covered subject. Cyno up!


Tuesday, 18th of March

19:00 - The Tao of EVE
LeeLoo Shoe will attempt to demystify the EVE player's mindset in this class aimed at new players. Definitely an interesting experience.

20:00 - Spreadsheets in Space
Have you been worrying about a lack of spreadsheet-related education in what outsiders believe to be spreadsheets in space? Kamylia has you covered.

22:00 - Blueprints 101
Laoch DrogalAr delves into the depths of EVE's player-based industry and explains the very foundation - blueprints, copies and research.


Wednesday, 19th of March

17:00 - Combat Probing 101
How to find other players sitting in space - quickly and efficiently. A lecture and practical by Archemorus Abyss.


Thursday, 20th of March

16:00 - Null Sec and the NSC
LeeLoo Shoe picks you up at the ground floor and delivers you safely to the top of the metaphorical 0.0 skyscraper. For University members, an introduction to the UNI's own null-sec campus will be included. May or may not contain pictures of dogs and other animals.


Friday, 21st of March

18:30 - Q&A: Chribba
That's a face that simply doesn't lie - join us for a very special Q&A session with one of the most famous players in EVE - Chribba. If you don't know who he is, then you must be new here - let's just say he's considered trustworthy enough to act as a third-party broker in the transfer of supercapitals. Oh, and he owns a mining Revelation. And a mining Titan or four. And a mining Revenant. This is a man that takes his Veldspar very seriously.


Saturday, 22nd of March

00:00 - Missioning 101
Shoot red crosses for profit - now with extra efficiency. Jim Parsons goes into the ins and outs of saving the Damsel in Distress repeatedly - she seems to rather lack basic instincts like, say, self-preservation.

17:00 - All Those Darn Buttons
New to EVE? Feeling lost when it comes to navigating the UI? Don't worry - its layout is rather logical when you get right down to it. By Danielle en Divalone.

19:00 - Q&A: Future Corps
UNI Graduate and CSM member James Arget and a number of his colleagues in Future Corps, one of the more well-known organizations to occupy high-class wormholes, will be joining us for this rabbit hole-themed edition of our Q&A session.


Sunday, 23rd of March

00:00 - Wormholes and Anoikis
An introduction to the mysteries of wormhole space - by Awkens Ryder. Nothing else I can say here - I'd be overusing the rabbit hole joke otherwise.

02:00 - Game Mechanics Q&A
This weekly Q&A session by University professor Seamus Donohue, also known as The Walking Encyclopedia™, is intended to answer any and all questions you may have about various obscure game mechanics.


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the "Add Mailing List" button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.

Director of Education - EVE University - http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/

Ivy League
#9 - 2014-03-23 17:41:00 UTC
Monday, 24th of March

00:00 - Rendering EVE Models 101
Turn your internet spaceships into pretty pictures - in just a few easy steps. A lecture by Gaylen Pellaz.

03:00 - DScan 101 & 102
Finding other people in space and noticing other people are trying to find you - now with 100% more usability (thanks :ccp:). By Rikki Bigg.


Tuesday, 25th of March

18:00 - Staying Alive In Hostile Space
A lecture by Brakoo of Nulli Secunda on how to best keep Bad People that Want To Kill You from achieveing their goal.

23:00 - Mining 101
Shoot rocks, get ore. Don't die. cornelius Agrippa tells you how.


Wednesday, 26th of March

08:30 - Cloaking 101
How to move unseen. Except you can't warp. Unless you're in an Awesome Ship™. Spanky Ikkala tells you more.

09:30 - Stealth Bombing 101
Spanky Ikkala follows up by extending "move unseen" to "kill unseen". Well, mostly unseen. Until it's too late. Bombs away!

16:00 - Null Sec and the NSC
LeeLoo Shoe continues on her quest to make me run out of new descriptions for these. Floating dog gifs included.


Thursday, 27th of March

04:00 - Doctrines and Why They Matter
An introduction to the beauty of having your fleet fly standardized ships. With Aflixion Starr of Waffles (do you like waffles?).

09:00 - The Art of War
Winning the war - not the fight. Lots of beautiful metagame thinking with Spanky Ikkala. Highly recommended.


Friday, 28th of March

09:00 - Incursions 101
Shoot Sansha's space zombies, collect isk. What do you need to start, how do you start, and all the other important stuff. With iavatus.

13:00 - The Art of War
More metagame thinking founded in real-life military theory with Spanky Ikkala.

15:00 - Planetary Interaction 101
How to passively collect ISK while not playing - with Peter Qaesar.

17:00 - Q&A: CCP Guard
This. Is. Gonna. Be. Good. Don't. Miss.


Saturday, 29th of March

16:00 - The Tao of EVE
This sadly didn't happen last week, so I get to reuse my description, right? "LeeLoo Shoe will attempt to demystify the EVE player's mindset in this class aimed at new players. Definitely an interesting experience." Yup, still applies.

20:00 - Q&A: Elo Knight
This dude killed a Revenant once. I think that should be sufficiently convincing for everyone. Do not miss this.

22:00 - Capital Ships 101 (Singularity)
Big ships - find out how they work. By yours truly. I'd say "highly recommended" but I'm probably biased here. Also, setting up Singularity is strongly, heavily, extremely recommended for this one - see the thread for details.


Sunday, 30th of March

02:00 & 19:00 - Game Mechanics Q&A
This weekly Q&A session by University professor Seamus Donohue, also known as The Walking Encyclopedia™, is intended to answer any and all questions you may have about various obscure game mechanics - now with two sessions for better coverage!


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the "Add Mailing List" button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.

Director of Education - EVE University - http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/

Ivy League
#10 - 2014-03-30 22:12:28 UTC
Monday, 31st of March

00:00 - Fitting 101
Take module, put module on ship. How to pick right module and which module is bad module. Cerulean Ice will tell you this.

03:00 - EVE Math
Everything in EVE is spreadsheets, even if you don't see the spreadsheets and they're not actually spreadsheets. They're formulas though, and beautiful ones at that. Cerulean Ice tells you more.

18:00 - Cap is Life!
Capacitor is important - it makes your (most of) your ship's modules work, and when you run out, those modules no longer work. Yes, I'm stating the obvious. If you want your ship's modules to keep working, DeSaros Umekawa tells you how to not make your capacitor run out.

20:30 - Introduction to E-UNI
If you've joined the UNI recently and don't quite know what you can gain from it, this class by Lysh Ebolas is definitely worth attending. (Due to the nature of this class, it is primarily aimed at University members.)


Thursday, 3rd of April

18:00 - Introduction to Scouting
Being a scout means being your FC's remote eyes. Being a good scout means being working eyes, which certainly sounds like it'd be a helpful thing. Archemorus Abyss will tell you how you can improve your intel from "aaah f**k I'm tackled going down aaah mommy" to "I've got eyes on X, Y, Z in A system on the B gate". Well, and some other good stuff. If you have any interested in scouting work at all - definitely don't miss this class.

21:00 - Applying to EVE University
How the join EVE University - the proceedings, the workings behind it and other interesting information. By certified Queue Destroyer™ Laura Karpinski.


Friday, 4th of April

20:00 - Politics in EVE (Q&A: Reiisha)
A look into the history and inner workings of 0.0 politics - and their effect on you as a player. With experienced EVE historian Reiisha.


Sunday, 6th of April

02:00 & 19:00 - Game Mechanics Q&A
This weekly Q&A session by University professor Seamus Donohue, also known as The Walking Encyclopedia™, is intended to answer any and all questions you may have about various obscure game mechanics.

10:15 - Ice Harvesting 101
Ice serves as the basis of many of EVE online's trade goods, such as the fuel used to keep control towers online and faciliate jump drive travel. Maris T'loni explains how to procure this resource in an efficient manner.

15:00 - Roundtable: Wormhole CSM Candidates
Did you know the word "candidate" stems from the latin word candidus, meaning "white"? In ancient rome, candidates in elections would typically bleach their togae in white to symbolize purity. Either way, I digress. Jessan Makanen went through the work of getting five CSM candidates - Asayanami Dei of Adhocracy, corbexx of No Holes Barred, James Arget of Sleeper Social Club, Karen Galeo of Infinite Anarchy and Proclus Diadochu of Red Coat Conspiracy - to join him for a roundtable about both wormhole life and the upcoming elections.
Now we just need to get them to wear white togae for this.

20:00 - Q&A: Asayanami Dei
After attending the Roundtable a few hours prior, Asayanami Dei of Adhocracy will join us for another entry in our ongoing Q&A series - once again moderated by Neville Smit.


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the "Add Mailing List" button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.

Director of Education - EVE University - http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/

Ivy League
#11 - 2014-04-06 21:26:30 UTC
Monday, 7th of April

17:00 - Planetary Interaction 101
Passively earn ISK while not even logged in! Sounds like a deal? Join Grygr Anzomi for this class to learn more!


Tuesday, 8th of April

05:00 & 18:00 - The CSM: What, Why, Who? (18:00 edition)
It's election time in New Eden! Brakoo of Nulli Secunda explains the election process and the duties of the CSM.


Friday, 11th of April

09:00 - Flying Safe
How to get from point A to point B without dying in the process - by iavatus.


Saturday, 12th of April

18:00 - Q&A: Ali Aras
Current CSM8 member and CSM9 candidate Ali Aras joins us for another entry in our ongoing series of Q&A sessions to talk about her experience on the Council and her vision for the future of the game.


Sunday, 13th of April

02:00 & 19:00 - Game Mechanics Q&A
This weekly Q&A session by University professor Seamus Donohue, also known as The Walking Encyclopedia™, is intended to answer any and all questions you may have about various obscure game mechanics.


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the "Add Mailing List" button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.

Director of Education - EVE University - http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/

Ivy League
#12 - 2014-04-13 23:09:46 UTC  |  Edited by: Kivena
This is just a selection of the classes we have next week. The rest of the classes, and full details on all this week's classes can be found by going to the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the "Add Mailing List" button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.

Tuesday, 15th of April

03:00 - Amarr Ships 101
Rikki Bigg talks about what each T1 Amarr ship can do.

20:00 - Q&A: Mangala Solaris
Mangala Solaris: RvB director, FC, CSM8 member and our recent war-target talks to us about his life in EVE.

Wednesday, 16th of April

18:00 - Scamming Overview
Paledan is back again, with an overview of scams in EVE.

20:30 - Introduction to EVE University
Just joined E-UNI? Thinking of joining E-UNI? Just wondering what we do? This class is for you! With Lysh Ebolas.

Thursday, 17th of April

01:00 - Wormhole Hunting and Recon
Nitrah from Adhocracy talks about hunting people in w-space.

12:00 - EWAR 101-102
Paledan is back yet again, this time talking about electronic warfare. EWAR is awesome.

Saturday, 19th of April

02:00 - Mining 101
Max Darkfire lets you into the secrets of mining.

23:00 - Intro to EVE University
DeSaros Umekawa takes this class.

Sunday, 20th of April

10:15 - Ice Harvesting
Maris T'loni talks about the other type of mining - ice mining.

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Ivy League
#13 - 2014-04-21 00:03:29 UTC
While many of our teachers are enjoying the holiday season, we've still scrounged together some poor souls happy volunteers to provide you with at least a small dose of education for the week!


Tuesday, 22nd of April

03:00 - Gallente Ships 101
Big, bulky things, mostly. Symmetry is certainly optional. Hybrid turrets. May carry drones. Rikki Bigg tells you more.


Saturday, 26th of April

19:00 - CSM8 Town Hall
For the last time in the current term, the 8th Council of Stellar Management will be hosting its Town Hall on the EVE University mumble server.

23:00 - Damage Dealing 101
Select thing. Punch thing in face until thing dies. Seems simple? It can be - if you listen to this lecture by Liquid'Courage first.

Sunday, 27th of April

02:00 - Game Mechanics Q&A
This weekly Q&A session by University professor Seamus Donohue, also known as The Walking Encyclopedia™, is intended to answer any and all questions you may have about various obscure game mechanics.

19:00 - Q&A: Ask the Management
UNI management answering your questions. Bring a pillow and snacks, we're in for the long haul!


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the "Add Mailing List" button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.

Director of Education - EVE University - http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/

Amarr Empire
#14 - 2014-04-27 20:42:19 UTC
Quite possibly the hardest corp a nub will ever try to join.

Solecist Project...." They refuse to play by the rules and laws of the game and use it as excuse ..." " They don't care about how you play as long as they get to play how they want."

Welcome to EVE.

Ivy League
#15 - 2014-04-28 10:53:40 UTC
Tuesday, 29th of April

03:00 - Gallente Ships 101
After having to delay this by one week, Rikki Bigg finally gets around to educating you about Heavy Metal, Hybrids and Drone Strikes.

18:00 - UniWiki 101
The EVE University wiki is one of the most comprehensive sources of information about EVE Online - but only because players helped make it. If you wish to find out how you can assist, this class by Lelira Cirim is a great starting point.

19:00 - Shield Tanking 101
Reps that land at the start of the cycle. Passive recharge. Active omni hardeners. Flashy special effects. Shield tanking in a nutshell - by Igaro Almadin.


Wednesday, 30th of April

00:00 & 18:00 - Bookmarking 101
Save a location in space and be able to return to it later. Sounds helpful? It sure is! Shen Tekitsu fills you in ont he details!

23:00 - Salvaging 101
Salvaging the remains of ships can be one of the most profitable professions for a new player while also providing nice income for the grizzled veteran - if you're interested, this class by Jim Parsons is one you don't want to miss!


Saturday, 3rd of May

16:00 - EVE Fanfest: A Study of Geometry in EVE Online
University Professor Seamus Donohue takes to the stage in person at the HARPA in Reykjavik, Iceland, to give a live lecture about concepts of distance and collision as understood by the EVE game server. May contain spheres.
(Note: This class will not be conducted on the EVE University mumble server. If you wish to attend, you will need to either be present at Fanfest or viewing the Fanfest live stream.)


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the "Add Mailing List" button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.

Director of Education - EVE University - http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/

Ivy League
#16 - 2014-05-11 20:51:05 UTC
We don't need no education. We don't need no Q&As.


Friday, 16th of May

23:00 - Q&A: Moon Mining
As part of our Q&A series, we'll be talking to Nolen Cadmar of Surely You're Joking about everything related to moon mining, starting with the very basics. Remember to pack your questions!


Sunday, 18th of May

02:00 & 19:00 - Q&A: Game Mechanics
This weekly Q&A session by University professor Seamus Donohue, also known as The Walking Encyclopedia™, is intended to answer any and all questions you may have about various obscure game mechanics.

20:00 - Q&A: Rental Alliances
Another Q&A session, this time with Farasoloni and Major JSilva, both of Pandemic Legion, on the topic of renting space in sovereign 0.0 space - in particular Brothers of Tangra, the PL renting alliance, which was initially conceived and managed by the former and is now administrated by the latter. Definitely something you don't want to miss!


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the "Add Mailing List" button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.

Director of Education - EVE University - http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/

Ivy League
#17 - 2014-05-25 13:46:49 UTC
I missed the one last week - sorry about that. We compensate by giving you more classes this week!


Tuesday, 27th of May

03:00 - Tackling 100
Keep bad guys from running away so your friends can come kill them - you want to know how to do that while not dying? Rikki Bigg can tell you.

20:00 - iOS 3rd Party Tool Roundup
An overview of the various third party tools for the other kind of OS - presented by Lelira Cirim.

22:00 - Exploration 101
Lurking through unknown space, probes in hand, to unearth forgotten secrets and make sweet sweet cash selling them. Indis Ormand has all the details.


Wednesday, 28th of May

02:00 - Introduction to EVE University
Newbro! You're new to EVE University and somewhat lost after the torrent of information you received when you joined? Don't fret - we have a class for that! Muamas Falcon will explain everything the Uni can do for you - and answer any questions you may have along the way!


Thursday, 29th of May

20:00 - Cap is Life!
When Aura tells you "Capacitor is empty", you know you're thoroughly screwed. Your tank fails, your resistances drop, and your guns stop shooting. Everything grinds to a halt as your foes grind through your structure. You don't want that to happen to you, this class by Wotan Mjolnir is a great place to start!


Friday, 30th of May

22:00 - Pirate Arc - Angels
After having to be delayed last week, you can finally learn how to make your planetary minions generate free cash while you're not even playing - with Director of Education Neville Smit!


Saturday, 31st of May

02:00 - Noob Night in the Hole - Intro to the WHC
'tis time again - gather 'round all, get into your ships, and venture down the dangerous path into the unknown. A trip to the University's very own Wormhole Campus, led by experienced campus resident Hannah Onasi, to experience the wonders of the rabbit hole - and maybe get caught up in some of them.


Sunday, 1st of June

02:00 - Q&A: Game Mechanics
This weekly Q&A session by University professor Seamus Donohue, also known as The Walking Encyclopedia, is intended to answer any and all questions you may have about various obscure game mechanics.

09:00 - Fitting 101
Put module on ship? Easy. Put right module on ship? Not as easy. Put best module in each slot? Hard. Who knows how? iavatus does.


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the "Add Mailing List" button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.

Director of Education - EVE University - http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/

Ivy League
#18 - 2014-06-01 20:30:46 UTC
You get a class! And you get a class! And you get a class! And you, too!


Thursday, 5th of June

23:00 - Faction Warfare 101
Sign up for your empire's militia and engage in fierce combat (and orbiting of buttons) to further their cause! With veteran Gallente sympathizer Tho'mas.


Friday, 6th of June

00:30 - Bookmarking 101
Save any location in space - and be able to return to that spot later. Sounds useful? It is! Want to know how it can be even more useful? Listen to this lecture by Giuliano Fabrosi!

09:00 - Incursions 101
Blow up Sansha Kuvakei's space zombies and be rewarded handsomely - veteran Incursioneer iavatus tells you more.


Sunday, 8th of June

02:00 - Q&A: Game Mechanics
This weekly Q&A session by University professor Seamus Donohue, also known as The Walking Encyclopedia, is intended to answer any and all questions you may have about various obscure game mechanics.

15:00 - CSM9 Q&A: Sugar Kyle
As the first of the newly elected members of the ninth Council of Stellar Management, low-sec representative Sugar Kyle (of Lowsec Lifestyle fame) will be on hand to answer all your questions.


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the "Add Mailing List" button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.

Director of Education - EVE University - http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/

Ivy League
#19 - 2014-06-08 17:37:49 UTC
Free classes - it's almost like free beer, except with more classes and less beer.


Monday, 9th of June

08:00 - Cloaking 101
How to move like a ninja - unseen, unheard, unable to do anything. Well, maybe I'm partially wrong on the last part. Ask Spanky Ikkala for all the details.

09:00 - Stealth Bombing 101
Turns out I was wrong about not being able to do anything. Well, isn't that just lucky - we happen to have a class about it. Once again by Spanky Ikkala, our resident person for all things sneaking.

11:30 - Missiles 101
Missiles, more missiles, all the missiles. Lob contrails of doom, death and destruction at your foes from over two hundred kilometers away, leaving them with no hope of escape or retaliation. Have I piqued your interest? Spanky Ikkala hasn't done enough talking for the day - so he'll tell you all you want to know.

20:00 - After the Tutorials
Did you just finish your career agents and proceed to be dropped into cold, unfeeling space with no idea what to do? Do you feel like there's things out there you want to do, but you have no idea on how to achieve them? Well, Indis Ormand is here, and here to help. Help you, more specifically.


Saturday, 14th of June

02:00 - The Power of EVE's Social Aspects
You see another player you can shoot him - but do you shoot him? For many people, the obvious answer would be "yes" - yet sometimes you don't, because they have little blue icons next to their names. Or your obvious answer is "no", but you do, because the icon is red. Why do people do that? We're here to find out - in this special guest lecture with Lanctharus Onzo, writer of the Cap Stable podcast.

19:00 - CSM9 Q&A: Xander Phoena
All Sugar and sweet wasn't your sort of deal? Well maybe this one can draw your attention - part two of our CSM9 Q&A series with Xander Phoena of the Crossing Zebras podcast.


Sunday, 15th of June

19:00 - Q&A: Game Mechanics
This weekly Q&A session by University professor Seamus Donohue, also known as The Walking Encyclopedia, is intended to answer any and all questions you may have about various obscure game mechanics.


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the "Add Mailing List" button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.

Director of Education - EVE University - http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/

Ivy League
#20 - 2014-06-15 20:32:20 UTC
Do you like waffles? Yes we like waffles!


Monday, 16th of June

19:00 - Q&A: I'm here - now what?
This worked great last time, so we're going to do it again! If you're new to the Uni (or haven't even braved the Queue yet) and unsure of what we can do for you - this is where you can ask all about it. Grygr Anzomi answers.


Thursday, 19th of June

03:00 - Doctrines and Why They Matter
Having a fleet consist of many identical ships is a time-honored concept in EVE - but how did it come to be, and why is it done? SniggWaffe's Aflixion Starr explains.


Friday, 20th of June

19:00 - Q&A: SniggWaffe
SniggWaffe want to do some more poaching, it seems. An introduction and Q&A session with a number of University alumni and other waffles on what they do and how they do it - while forsaking the comforts of a positive security status.


Saturday, 21st of June

20:00 - All Those Darn Buttons
The EVE UI can be overwhelming at times - but in reality, it's one of the more functional interfaces in gaming if you know how to make it work. Danielle en Divalone helps you along the way.


Sunday, 22nd of June

19:00 - Q&A: Game Mechanics
This weekly Q&A session by University professor Seamus Donohue, also known as The Walking Encyclopedia, is intended to answer any and all questions you may have about various obscure game mechanics.

19:00 - CSM 9: Town Hall
For the first time this term, EVE University is happy to provide its public Mumble server to the 9th Council of Stellar Management for a public Town Hall session. Come one, come all, bring questions or simply listen to answers.


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the "Add Mailing List" button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.

Director of Education - EVE University - http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/

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