Part of the benefits of using MinecraftEDU is the amazing support system that is in place to help you make the most of the software. The MinecraftEDU Resources (Links to an external site.) page has a lot of great content to help you get going.
MinecraftEDU follows many of the same rules as regular Minecraft. One of the best resources for information on how to accomplish tasks and needed resources in Minecraft is theMinecraft Wiki (Links to an external site.). Whether you are a new player or an old pro, this will be an excellent reference for nearly all game tasks.
You will find a lot of information in the MinecraftEDU wiki, and this will be your first stop for information about setup, installation, and special features. The links below are here as a reference for you, but should be the first place you look when considering a MinecraftEDU setup. If you are considering purchasing MinecraftEDU for your organization, take a few minutes to read through the content below. This is optional for participants who are ineligible to purchase MinecraftEDU.
- Getting Started (Links to an external site.)
- Teaching with MinecraftEDU (Links to an external site.)
- Starting a Server with a New World (Links to an external site.)
- MinecraftEDU Custom Blocks (Links to an external site.)
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