World of Minecraft at the Library

Minecraft is a video game that offers participants access to a virtual world where they can explore, create, interact, and learn. The Library’s World of Minecraft is filled with historical locations and educational games that help develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills in a safe, secure, and FUN online environment. Activities focus on specific Common Core standards in Reading, Math, and Social Studies.

World of Minecraft at the Library is for youth, ages 10 - 16. The sessions are free and open to the public—no license or experience necessary. Participants can register for one of the sessions below. Registrations will be accepted any time during the 3 weeks, space permitting. Call (502) 574-1644 to register.*

All sessions will be held in the Main Library's Computer Learning Center (CLC). These sessions are self-led, but staff will be available to answer questions.

*Groups of 7 or more, please email our Tech Connects Team to register.

This pilot project is in partnership with Jason and Crystal Hubler, award-winning teachers at Carter Elementary (Jefferson County Public Schools), and Louisville Metro Government Office of Civic Innovation.

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Last Updated: 7/10/14