Follow the TTC lines to redesign Toronto.
In partnership with Microsoft Minecraft, It’s My Future Toronto [IMFTO] asked Shannen Guntoro of OCAD U to built a world for youth ages 8-18 to redesign along the Toronto Transit Commission subway and street car lines.
The IMFTO world will open on January 15, 2021 at 12:00pm and close on February 15, 2021 at 12:00pm.
The IMFTO World will sleep at 11:00pm and wake up at 9:00am each day.
IMFTO Minecraft World Passcode
Join Codes will be refreshed at 9:00am each day.
The IMFTO World will close at 11:00pm and wake up at 9:00am each day, so that changes can be saved and damage repaired.
Use this current Join Code to play in the #IMFTO Minecraft World in Minecraft Education Edition:
cake, Steve, rail
JC for Jan 18 9:00am
If there is a problem with the Join Code, you can also access through the:
To download Minecraft Education Edition, you need to have a school license. https://education.minecraft.net
Microsoft has provided free licenses for up to 100 youth. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask for one.
What to do
- Download Microsoft’s Minecraft Education Edition https://education.minecraft.net/get-started There is a free trial version, but you are required to have a Minecraft Educational Account from your school.
- If you cannot get or do not have a Minecraft Educational Account, email email@example.com. Microsoft has donated free Minecraft Educational licenses for up to 100 youth ages 8 to 12 years old. First come. First served.
- Enter the Share Code for the IMFTO World when made available on January 15, 2021: Panda, Apple, Alex
- Login to the itsmyfuture.to website and upload a video of your game play to share your ideas of how the city should be designed with others.
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