This quick guide is intended to help you to get started with MinecraftEdu, download and install the Gallipoli world, and set up your first game as quickly as possible.
While starting with the very basics these instructions are by no means a full introduction to MinecraftEdu and how to use it. Please follow the provided links for more in depth information where required.
Download the game resource packs
To play the Gallipoli world in either Minecraft® or MinecraftEdu you will need to download the following files from the Auckland Museum website:
Help, something isn't working
We're pleased to share our Gallipoli in Minecraft® project files with you for free. Unfortunately, Auckland Museum can't offer you support for Minecraft® or MinecraftEdu. If you need more help, you should try:
Reviewing MinecraftEdu's list of common issues
Joining the MinecraftEdu community to get help from other educators
Looking over MinecraftEdu's resources for lesson ideas and support
Asking the Minecraft® players. The Minecraft®-ers themselves have an enormous amount of knowledge about setting up Minecraft®.
The world, resource pack and skins are provided under a Creative Commons CC-BY licence, so you are free to use, modify and remix as you please as long as you reference Auckland War Memorial Museum as the source.
Recreating Gallipoli world, resource pack and skins by Auckland War Memorial Museum is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Minecraft® and MinecraftEdu have their own licensing agreements which can be found here:
Displaying Gallipoli in Minecraft® in a public space
We encourage the use of Gallipoli in Minecraft® for educational purposes in public spaces such as libraries, galleries and museums.
Please download and display the introduction label with the appropriate credit when using Gallipoli in Minecraft® in a public space. You may display the label as it is presented or alter to suit your style guidelines.
Share your discoveries to the #AMMinecraft hashtag.