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<br> Without our [[List of Teachers|faculty of volunteer teaching staff]], EVE University could not exist. These players selflessly volunteer their time and effort to teach new players about the various career paths and options available in EVE. However, just as most UNI members eventually move on from EVE University, some of our Teachers also leave us. This is why we are constantly seeking qualified capsuleers who are willing to step up and teach what they've learned to a new generation of UNI pilots.  
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{{See also|Teaching Department}}
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Teaching is the main function of EVE University, which is why our faculty of [[List of Teachers|Teachers and Guest Lecturers]] is our most important resource. Teaching at EVE University is a rewarding activity in many ways, not least because it gives you the opportunity to help educate the largest student body in EVE, shaping the careers of literally thousands of capsuleers as they begin their journey in New Eden.
  
This article explains how you can become a UNI Teacher or Guest Lecturer, what is expected of you if you teach, and what you can expect from EVE University in return.  
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The teaching faculty is made of two groups, Teachers, who must be members of EVE University and form the core of the teaching staff, and Guest Lecturers, who are not members of E-UNI and can be anyone experienced in EVE who occasionally or regularly gives lectures to our students. Teachers who leave the University to pursue other interests often continue as Guest Lecturers.
  
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We are always seeking new volunteers, who are willing to step up and teach what they have learned to a new generation of EVE pilots.
  
== Becoming a UNI Teacher ==
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==Becoming a Teacher==
  
[[Image:Teacher1.jpg|right|300px|Become a UNI Teacher!]]Teachers are the backbone of what makes EVE University ''EVE University''. While players can get EVE advice from a variety of sources, only EVE University consistently teaches live in-game classes on all EVE subjects. If you feel that you're good at explaining things, teaching might just be for you!
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The majority of our teachers start off as students who have gained knowledge of a certain aspect of EVE and are willing to pass that on to new members. To become a teacher, you do not need to be an expert by any means, and often teachers will begin teaching the basics in one area and later expand the classes they teach as their knowledge and confidence increase.
  
=== What does being a Teacher mean? ===
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===What is expected of a Teacher?===
  
Being a Teacher with EVE University means you spend some of your own (in-game) time helping other players by holding classes. While all classes are welcome, we are especially looking for teachers who will teach classes with regularity - even if it is only once a month. Being a Teacher in EVE University means people will also turn to you for advice, as new players recognize your efforts to help them and your knowledge in a certain field. If you like helping others, being a UNI Teacher can be a very rewarding experience.  
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*Teachers must have a working knowledge of the subject area(s) they wish to teach, and be able to effectively communicate that knowledge.
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*Teachers are expected to conduct classes with reasonable consistency. We ask that as a minimum, they teach at least once every month.
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*They are expected to comply with E-UNI standards of class delivery. This means that they follow the procedures set out in the [[Guide to Teaching Classes]] and [[How to Schedule a Class]].
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*They are expected to contribute towards the continued improvement and development of our classes including the [https://slides.eveuniversity.org/ Course Library]and recorded [[Class Library]].
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*They are expected to act appropriately as a member of the University staff and set a positive example to students.
  
We expect UNI Teachers to follow our guidelines and procedures, as described here:
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===What are the benefits of being a Teacher?===
  
*[[Guide to teaching classes]]
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*The greatest and most important benefit of being a teacher is the knowledge that you are helping others to get the most out of their time in EVE University and increasing their enjoyment of EVE.
*[[How to schedule a class]]
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*EVE University always supports its teachers. If you have a class that requires resources (minerals, BPCs, modules, etc), funding can be arranged through the University's logistics department.
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*Teachers can call on the knowledge and advice of the entire faculty and wider University staff.  For example: when developing a new class syllabus.
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*Teachers receive an in-game title, have access to the staff and education forums, as well as dedicated in-game chat channel and mailing list.
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*Being an EVE University Teacher can often lead to other roles of responsibility within the University, and can have a positive effect on your wider EVE career.
  
=== How do I become a Teacher===
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===Applying to become a Teacher===
  
To become a UNI Teacher, you must first meet these qualifications:
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To become a Teacher you must be a current member of Eve University and it is preferred the applicant hold either the Sophomore or Graduate title but sometimes the Teaching Management team will waive this title requirement. For instance, if you have a good, well-thought out idea for a class or  you have previous teaching experience.
  
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If you have read all the above and would like to become a teacher, please complete this [https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc36Uqfom4-Fe_mMbbDlxWFkYKygegICeuST6fUm3zKGFrvGA/viewform Application Form].
  
*'''Current UNI membership''' - members who have grown as students and mentors through E-Uni trainings and experience who want to teach, ''or'',
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===Exceptional Recruitment===
*'''Guest Lecturers''' - non E-Uni members/former Unistas who are already experienced/skilled in EVE (and too advanced to join as a new student) and who want to teach. You should apply to be a [http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/Joining_The_Faculty#Guest_Lecturer_Program Guest Lecturer].
 
*'''[[Titles Within Eve University|E-UNI Sophomore or Graduate title]] earned and awarded'''
 
*'''Willingness to help''' - a genuine desire to help and assist new players in Eve University
 
*'''Availability''' - you must be willing and able to teach at least one class per month during your tenure as a Teacher
 
*'''Demonstrated experience or expertise''' in one or more aspects of EVE - you need to know something about what you are teaching!
 
*'''Ability to teach''' - you will need to show us that you can communicate effectively to groups of people and conduct classes
 
*'''Agreement to comply with UNI class development and delivery standards''' - you must agree to follow our rules and procedures for developing or updating our class syllabus library, scheduling and delivering classes, and reporting class results
 
  
'''If you meet these qualifications, and wish to become a Teacher, complete [https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dHBGTGJzMklvVVlmR3dtcVBHa2ZQakE6MQ this application] for an interview with the [[Teaching Manager|Teaching Manager]].'''
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Please note that the Teacher position is one that requires being a member of EVE University proper, which means you are subject to the [[EVE University Rules]] as any student would. Some of these rules are designed to protect novice players, and experienced capsuleers may find them restrictive. For this reason, experienced pilots outside the University will likely want to work through the [[Joining the Faculty#Becoming_a_Guest_Lecturer|Guest Lecturer program]] instead.
  
If accepted, you will then become an Associate Teacher. This is basically a trial period for a new teacher. You will receive access to the Teacher's Lounge forum and our in-game chat channel, where you will find a lot of useful information and helpful advice.  
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On some special occasions, outside individuals may be inducted into the University proper solely as teachers. However, this process requires that there be good reasons for not being able to work through the Guest Lecturer program. If you believe this applies to you, please contact the [[EVE_University_Management#Personnel Manager|Personnel Manager]].
  
As an Associate Teacher, you will be required to submit class notes to the Training Manager or Director of Education for approval, before you schedule a class. The class notes should describe both the structure and contents of the class you plan to teach. We always leave the choice of topic up to the teacher, but we do have a [[:Category:Syllabi|Syllabus Library]] (collection of class topics) that always need teaching. Once your class notes have been approved, you can schedule the class on a time and date convenient for you. We prefer that one or more experienced teachers sit in on the class of Associate Teachers, although if none are available, a class can be held without them.
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==Becoming a Teaching Assistant==
  
After an Associate Teacher has taught three classes successfully and submitted post-class reports on each, he or she will become a full Teacher. Teachers do not need to have their class notes approved, and can schedule classes as they so desire without prior review or approval.
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You can help in the Teaching Department without becoming a full teacher.
  
=== What is expected of me as a Teacher? ===
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===What is expected of a Teaching Assistant?===
  
As a UNI Teacher, we expect that you conduct classes at EVE University with reasonable consistency. This does not mean that you have to teach a class every week - once a month is fine - as long as you do so every month. This should be done out of your own initiative. Do not wait for a manager or director to poke you about teaching.  
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*Sit in on classes, help with links or as requested by teachers.
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*Help guest lecturers interface with Eve University.  Add in-game calendar entries, announce classes in Staff Slack and Alliance.  Assist with After-Class Report as needed.
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*Watch for opportunities to bring more classes to Eve University, connecting potential teachers and guest lecturers with the Teaching Department.
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*TAs are expected to act appropriately as a member of the University staff and set a positive example to students.
  
We also expect you to take care of yourself: do not get burned out. Some new teachers start teaching multiple classes a week, but soon stop teaching because the novelty wears off and they get tired. Long term consistency is more important than short term quantity to us.
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===What are the benefits of being a Teaching Assistant?===
  
We also expect you to comply with our standards for class development and delivery. This means that you use our standard format for class notes, and either add them to our [http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/Category:Syllabi syllabus library], or update and improve an existing syllabus there. You most also complete a short [https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dEd1bEF6OVAyVTJRV3JlTGNYZkRvOUE6MQ online questionnaire] after each class, so we can track class delivery and attendance.  
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*Help make a core part of Eve University's mission successful.
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*Teaching Assistants receive an in-game title, have access to the staff and education forums, as well as dedicated in-game chat channel and mailing list.
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*Can lead to other roles of responsibility within the University, and can have a positive effect on your wider EVE career.
  
=== What can I expect from EVE University as a Teacher?  ===
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===Applying to become a Teaching Assistant===
  
EVE University always supports its teachers. If you have a class that requires resources (minerals, BPCs, modules, etc), funding can be arranged through EVE University's logistics department.  
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To become a Teaching Assistant, you must be a current member of EVE University and hold at least the [[Titles Within Eve University|Freshman]] title.  Please complete this [https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc36Uqfom4-Fe_mMbbDlxWFkYKygegICeuST6fUm3zKGFrvGA/viewform Application Form].
  
You will be awarded a UNI Teacher title. You will also have access to the Teacher's Lounge forum, and the in-game teacher and mentor chat channel. You'll have the opportunity to interact with some of the most experienced and knowledgeable players in the UNI.
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==Becoming part of our Guest Lecturer Program==
  
Involvement in the University as a faculty member is also a stepping stone for higher positions within our management staff.  
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If you are not a member of EVE University, but would like to conduct classes or give special lectures on specific EVE topics, we welcome your participation. Many of our Guest Lecturers are experienced capsuleers who are recognized for their in-depth knowledge and expertise. We encourage anyone who would like to share their knowledge and insight with our students to step forward and volunteer to become part of our Guest Lecturer Program.
  
=== I'm not in the UNI, but I'm very experienced, and I want to join as a Teacher. Can I?  ===
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The Guest Lecturer Program is open to capsuleers from a wide variety of backgrounds, and we do not discriminate based off playstyle or power block. However, Guest Lecturer typically grants additional access to EVE University, its channels, and its resources. As such, we occasionally may have to turn away qualified applicants that have a problematic history with the University or individuals who have found they have been unable to follow our guidelines in the past. This is a rare case but please don't take it personally, as we do understand sometimes our guidelines don't suit everyone. We appreciate all offers we receive.
  
If you are an experienced EVE player, and have applied to the UNI in hopes of becoming a Teacher, you should first know these facts:
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===What is expected of a Guest Lecturer?===
  
*UNI rules and policies are highly restrictive by design, to protect our new EVE pilots. Often, these rules are too limiting for the comfort of most veteran EVE players.  
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*There are no activity requirements for Guest Lecturers. They are welcome to teach a one-off class or come back as often as they wish, even developing an entire curriculum if they so choose.
*The UNI is almost entirely focused on new players in EVE, and as a result, we rarely accept highly experienced characters.  
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*At their option, and with prior arrangement with the UNI [[Teaching_Department#Current_Staff|Teaching Staff]], Guest Lecturers may lead UNI fleets as the fleet commander, if they have +5 or better standing to the UNI, or if they are willing to be set +5 or better for the duration of the class, AND these fleets do not violate any [[EVE University Rules]].
*In the past, some older EVE players have applied to the UNI "to teach", but then failed to do so - much to our disappointment. For this reason, the desire to teach is in itself not sufficient reason to be accepted into the UNI.  
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*Guest Lecturers may be asked to submit an outline of their lecture to the [[Teaching_Department#Current_Staff|Teaching Staff]], if there is a significant concern about their knowledge in the area they'd like to teach.
*With rare exception, we do not accept alt characters into the UNI - to teach or for any other purpose.
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*Guest Lecturers have access to the Scheduled Classes section of the E-UNI Forum, and may post their own class announcements there. They will also have access to our in-game chat channel, where they can exchange ideas with other UNI educators, or ask for UNI staff to help with their event, including posting it in the UNI in-game calendar.
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*On the day of the class, the Guest Lecturer can start a classroom channel on the UNI [[Mumble]] server, and join the Class (EVE Uni) in-game chat channel where they can take questions and post links.
  
For these reasons, we have established the [http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/Joining_The_Faculty#Guest_Lecturer_Program Guest Lecturer] program, so that you will not be constrained by UNI rules and policies, but can still help new pilots in EVE - and according to your own schedule and level of desire. We encourage all highly experienced EVE players who wish to teach to pursue that option.
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===What are the benefits of being a Guest Lecturer?===
  
If, despite the above warnings, you still want to apply for UNI membership, then you can send in a [[Applying to EVE University|UNI application]], and join the interview queue. Mention in your application that you are also interested in becoming a UNI Teacher, so the Personnel Officer can factor that into their decision. If you are not accepted, remember that the [http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/Joining_The_Faculty#Guest_Lecturer_Program Guest Lecturer]&nbsp;and [http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/Joining_The_Faculty#Teacher_Induction_Program Teacher Induction] programs are still open to you.  
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*First of all, Guest Lecturers get to pass on their knowledge and experience to a large and eager pack of new pilots, filling their empty heads with the skills they will need to survive and thrive in New Eden.
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*Guest Lecturers have access to our in-game chat channel and mailing list for the University teaching staff. Guest Lecturers also have access to the Scheduled Classes forum and can create their own [[Mumble]] channels on the UNI server.
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*Many lectures are recorded and made part of our [[Class Library]], where the contributions of Guest Lecturers are immortalized for replay by future generations of EVE pilots.
  
*If you are accepted into the UNI, you can then begin to earn your [[Titles Within Eve University|Freshman and Sophomore titles]] - a six-week process.
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===How to become a Guest Lecturer===
*While you are earning your Sophomore title, complete [https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dHBGTGJzMklvVVlmR3dtcVBHa2ZQakE6MQ this application] for an interview with the [[Teaching Manager]].
 
*After this interview, you will receive Associate Teacher status, and can begin teaching classes. After you successfully deliver your first three classes, and you have received your Sophomore title, you will then be awarded the UNI Teacher title.
 
  
The reason for requiring UNI Teachers to go through this process is acclimate them to UNI rules and policies. All UNI Teachers are expected to fully understand UNI rules, and set an example for the UNI community.<br>
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If you would like to be a Guest Lecturer with EVE University, please complete this [https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc36Uqfom4-Fe_mMbbDlxWFkYKygegICeuST6fUm3zKGFrvGA/viewform Application Form]and we'll get you involved as soon as possible.
  
== Teacher Induction Program  ==
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==Other Teaching Resources==
  
If you are an experienced EVE player, are not accepted as a standard UNI applicant, then the Teacher Induction Program is a way to become a UNI Teacher.&nbsp;If you would like to join the Teacher Induction Program, please send an EVE mail to the [[Teaching Manager]] or the [[Director of Education]] explaining your background and what topic(s) you'd like to deliver.
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* [[Guide to teaching classes]]
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* [[How to schedule a class]]
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* [[:Category:Syllabi|Syllabus Library]]
  
=== How does the Teacher Induction Program work? ===
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  [[Category:Teaching Resources]]
 
 
*You begin as a Guest Lecturer for a probationary period of two months.
 
*You must teach at least two classes per month.
 
*After successfully completing the probationary period of two months or six classes, whichever is later, you will be eligible to become a full Teacher and a member of EVE University, pending approval by our Personnel department.
 
*After the [[Teaching Manager]] has sent you confirmation that your probationary period was successful, you should await contact from the Personnel department.
 
*The application must be made by your main character, no alts allowed.
 
*You must understand and comply fully with [[EVE University Rules]].
 
 
 
All applications are subject to review by our Personnel and other departments and acceptance is not guaranteed. Acceptance into the UNI under this program is conditional on you being an active Teacher, inactivity will result in removal from the Uni.
 
 
 
On very rare occasions, for extraordinarily qualified EVE personalities who genuinely want to contribute back to the community of pilots by becoming a UNI Teacher, we may grant special exceptions to this process - contact the UNI [[Director of Education]] or [[Teaching Manager]] for more information.<br>
 
 
 
== Guest Lecturer Program  ==
 
 
 
[[Image:Microphone1.jpg|right|200px|Become a Guest Lecturer!]]If you are not a current member of EVE University, but are qualified to conduct certain classes or deliver special lectures on specific EVE topics, we welcome your participation as a '''Guest Lecturer'''.
 
 
 
=== What does being a Guest Lecturer mean?  ===
 
 
 
Guest Lecturers are recognized for in-depth expertise in specialized EVE topics, and their ability to explain them clearly. Experienced EVE players who would like to share their practical knowledge and insight with EVE University students, and thus, help to improve the quality of new pilots, are encouraged to step forward and volunteer to be a Guest Lecturer, with our gratitude.
 
 
 
=== What is expected of me as a Guest Lecturer?  ===
 
 
 
Unlike Teachers, Guest Lecturers are not expected to join the UNI, nor are they required to deliver classes on any set schedule. They can provide a one-time special event, or they may provide occasional classes or lectures as they wish.
 
 
 
Guest Lecturers will be asked to submit a summary outline of their lecture to the [[Training Manager|Teaching Manager]], or indicate which class from our [http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/Category:Syllabi syllabus library] you wish to teach. The Teaching Manager will then post publicity for the event in the EVE University forum and in the in-game UNI corporate calendar. On the day of the event, a UNI administrator will provide the Guest Lecturer with temporary access to the appropriate online classroom on the UNI [[Mumble]] server and the Lecture.E-UNI in-game chat channel.
 
 
 
=== What can I expect as a Guest Lecturer?  ===
 
 
 
If you are accepted as a Guest Lecturer, you will be given access to our in-game chat channel for the UNI teaching staff. In addition, most special lectures are recorded and made part of our [[Eve University Class Library|Class Library]], where your contribution will be immortalized forever for replay by future generations of all EVE pilots.
 
 
 
=== How do I become a Guest Lecturer?  ===
 
 
 
If you would like to be a Guest Lecturer to EVE University, please send an EVE mail to the [[Training Manager|Teaching Manager]] or the [[Director of Education]] explaining your background and what topic(s) you'd like to deliver.
 
 
 
[[Category:Teaching]] [[Category:Teaching_Resources]]
 

Latest revision as of 03:26, 30 October 2019

See also: Teaching Department

Teaching is the main function of EVE University, which is why our faculty of Teachers and Guest Lecturers is our most important resource. Teaching at EVE University is a rewarding activity in many ways, not least because it gives you the opportunity to help educate the largest student body in EVE, shaping the careers of literally thousands of capsuleers as they begin their journey in New Eden.

The teaching faculty is made of two groups, Teachers, who must be members of EVE University and form the core of the teaching staff, and Guest Lecturers, who are not members of E-UNI and can be anyone experienced in EVE who occasionally or regularly gives lectures to our students. Teachers who leave the University to pursue other interests often continue as Guest Lecturers.

We are always seeking new volunteers, who are willing to step up and teach what they have learned to a new generation of EVE pilots.

Becoming a Teacher

The majority of our teachers start off as students who have gained knowledge of a certain aspect of EVE and are willing to pass that on to new members. To become a teacher, you do not need to be an expert by any means, and often teachers will begin teaching the basics in one area and later expand the classes they teach as their knowledge and confidence increase.

What is expected of a Teacher?

  • Teachers must have a working knowledge of the subject area(s) they wish to teach, and be able to effectively communicate that knowledge.
  • Teachers are expected to conduct classes with reasonable consistency. We ask that as a minimum, they teach at least once every month.
  • They are expected to comply with E-UNI standards of class delivery. This means that they follow the procedures set out in the Guide to Teaching Classes and How to Schedule a Class.
  • They are expected to contribute towards the continued improvement and development of our classes including the Course Libraryand recorded Class Library.
  • They are expected to act appropriately as a member of the University staff and set a positive example to students.

What are the benefits of being a Teacher?

  • The greatest and most important benefit of being a teacher is the knowledge that you are helping others to get the most out of their time in EVE University and increasing their enjoyment of EVE.
  • EVE University always supports its teachers. If you have a class that requires resources (minerals, BPCs, modules, etc), funding can be arranged through the University's logistics department.
  • Teachers can call on the knowledge and advice of the entire faculty and wider University staff. For example: when developing a new class syllabus.
  • Teachers receive an in-game title, have access to the staff and education forums, as well as dedicated in-game chat channel and mailing list.
  • Being an EVE University Teacher can often lead to other roles of responsibility within the University, and can have a positive effect on your wider EVE career.

Applying to become a Teacher

To become a Teacher you must be a current member of Eve University and it is preferred the applicant hold either the Sophomore or Graduate title but sometimes the Teaching Management team will waive this title requirement. For instance, if you have a good, well-thought out idea for a class or you have previous teaching experience.

If you have read all the above and would like to become a teacher, please complete this Application Form.

Exceptional Recruitment

Please note that the Teacher position is one that requires being a member of EVE University proper, which means you are subject to the EVE University Rules as any student would. Some of these rules are designed to protect novice players, and experienced capsuleers may find them restrictive. For this reason, experienced pilots outside the University will likely want to work through the Guest Lecturer program instead.

On some special occasions, outside individuals may be inducted into the University proper solely as teachers. However, this process requires that there be good reasons for not being able to work through the Guest Lecturer program. If you believe this applies to you, please contact the Personnel Manager.

Becoming a Teaching Assistant

You can help in the Teaching Department without becoming a full teacher.

What is expected of a Teaching Assistant?

  • Sit in on classes, help with links or as requested by teachers.
  • Help guest lecturers interface with Eve University. Add in-game calendar entries, announce classes in Staff Slack and Alliance. Assist with After-Class Report as needed.
  • Watch for opportunities to bring more classes to Eve University, connecting potential teachers and guest lecturers with the Teaching Department.
  • TAs are expected to act appropriately as a member of the University staff and set a positive example to students.

What are the benefits of being a Teaching Assistant?

  • Help make a core part of Eve University's mission successful.
  • Teaching Assistants receive an in-game title, have access to the staff and education forums, as well as dedicated in-game chat channel and mailing list.
  • Can lead to other roles of responsibility within the University, and can have a positive effect on your wider EVE career.

Applying to become a Teaching Assistant

To become a Teaching Assistant, you must be a current member of EVE University and hold at least the Freshman title. Please complete this Application Form.

Becoming part of our Guest Lecturer Program

If you are not a member of EVE University, but would like to conduct classes or give special lectures on specific EVE topics, we welcome your participation. Many of our Guest Lecturers are experienced capsuleers who are recognized for their in-depth knowledge and expertise. We encourage anyone who would like to share their knowledge and insight with our students to step forward and volunteer to become part of our Guest Lecturer Program.

The Guest Lecturer Program is open to capsuleers from a wide variety of backgrounds, and we do not discriminate based off playstyle or power block. However, Guest Lecturer typically grants additional access to EVE University, its channels, and its resources. As such, we occasionally may have to turn away qualified applicants that have a problematic history with the University or individuals who have found they have been unable to follow our guidelines in the past. This is a rare case but please don't take it personally, as we do understand sometimes our guidelines don't suit everyone. We appreciate all offers we receive.

What is expected of a Guest Lecturer?

  • There are no activity requirements for Guest Lecturers. They are welcome to teach a one-off class or come back as often as they wish, even developing an entire curriculum if they so choose.
  • At their option, and with prior arrangement with the UNI Teaching Staff, Guest Lecturers may lead UNI fleets as the fleet commander, if they have +5 or better standing to the UNI, or if they are willing to be set +5 or better for the duration of the class, AND these fleets do not violate any EVE University Rules.
  • Guest Lecturers may be asked to submit an outline of their lecture to the Teaching Staff, if there is a significant concern about their knowledge in the area they'd like to teach.
  • Guest Lecturers have access to the Scheduled Classes section of the E-UNI Forum, and may post their own class announcements there. They will also have access to our in-game chat channel, where they can exchange ideas with other UNI educators, or ask for UNI staff to help with their event, including posting it in the UNI in-game calendar.
  • On the day of the class, the Guest Lecturer can start a classroom channel on the UNI Mumble server, and join the Class (EVE Uni) in-game chat channel where they can take questions and post links.

What are the benefits of being a Guest Lecturer?

  • First of all, Guest Lecturers get to pass on their knowledge and experience to a large and eager pack of new pilots, filling their empty heads with the skills they will need to survive and thrive in New Eden.
  • Guest Lecturers have access to our in-game chat channel and mailing list for the University teaching staff. Guest Lecturers also have access to the Scheduled Classes forum and can create their own Mumble channels on the UNI server.
  • Many lectures are recorded and made part of our Class Library, where the contributions of Guest Lecturers are immortalized for replay by future generations of EVE pilots.

How to become a Guest Lecturer

If you would like to be a Guest Lecturer with EVE University, please complete this Application Formand we'll get you involved as soon as possible.

Other Teaching Resources