Stardust Library

IF.808.Polyfantastica – New addition to Stardust Library

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Find the code to add this to your own world in the AGILE Open Command Book. You can read the Minecraft artifact in the slideshow below, read about Polyfantastica at the website of Solomon Enos, and access the complete PDF of the graphic novel here (backup mirror here).

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Campus Planning, Courses, Stardust Library, Tutorials

You’re Invited! Massively Open Online Game Course “University to Multiversity: Playing for Preferred Futures”

You’re invited! “University to Multiversity: Playing for Preferred Futures” free massively open online game course beginning February 4th. Download most recent PDF of syllabus or see live Google Docs version at

Registration is free at


(click image for PDF of syllabus, also feel free to share the JPG or PNG of the above)


Stardust Library

Introducing: Ulukau Collection in the Stardust Library

The Stardust Library’s Hawaiian Kingdom Multiverse Archive just gained a new collection! It is yet sparse but the space has been set aside in the fledgling labyrinth and very clearly marked with the Ulukau logo using the Banner Board Plugin:

The signs read “Aloha & Welcome to the Ulukau Collection in the Stardust Library” (left) & “Sources in this collection are all adapted from The Hawaiian Electronic Library”
Fotos, Mini Comix, Stardust Library, Tutorials

Dragon Egg Rootbeer


Jeruviel skips the line here and goes right for the tap..
Okay now time to send off that package through interdimentialmail…


Got mail?

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Build it yourself in an instant with the AGILE Command Book introduced at
also see:
… or better yet, see both of the above and then come join us on the server at your leisure:

Stardust Library

Lā Kūʻokoʻa o Hawaiʻi & Making Kin with the Machines

The latest additions to the Stardust Library collection from work just completed…

First we up we have the entire section titled “la kuokoa historical overview” excerpted from the holiday edition of Ka Nupepa La Kuokoa, BUKE 18, HELU 43 (NATIVE HAWAIIAN STUDENT SERVICES UH MANOA), which summarizes this Hawaiian Independence holiday in English and ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi:



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& the first of a five part book that will contain the complete “Making Kin With the Machines” by Noelani Arista, Suzanne Kite, Archer Pechawis, and Jason Lewis which is one of ten Journal of Design & Science‘s 3.5 Resisting Reduction Competition Winners



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New to the Stardust Library? See our tutorial post here.

Stardust Library, Tutorials

Announcing, Stardust Library


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The AGILE Command Book is a simple Google Sheet that is publicly shared for people to access, contribute, and share learning artifacts that can be uploaded to the AGILE MC Multiversity or other compatible Minecraft environments.

AGILE Open Command Book

In order to contribute you can simply visit the book at and add to the suggested books list under the tab “Books (suggested)” OR, for those with the knowledge or willingness to try, you can complete a Minecraft book of your own (see Book Editor Tutorial) and fill all columns in the sheet for your entry as you go. Here are the columns of the “Books (existing)” tab explained:

  • Minecraft Book Author: the name of the person or Minecraft avatar that has crafted the Minecraft book–if you have no intention of venturing to the Minecraft world but only want to produce something for the denizens thereof to engage with, you can either use your real name or create or use whatever pen name you desire for this entry
  • Stardust Library Call # (SLC#): this is the unique number assigned to your text for the purposes of organization within the multiple virtual world library. You can take a look at the “Call # system (work in progress)” tab and try creating a number yourself that you think fits, or you can leave this entry blank
  • Item: this is the actual item that is being produced, the book. So far I have been using the “Title” space for the books to put the SLC# and then including the title of the book in the “Lore:”/description category. For example, the purple text in the image below is what shows for description and the white text at the top is the title:
    SLC# = HK.USOC.2018.02.24 (Hawaiian Kingdom, US Occupation, Date)

    What you name the item in the spreadsheet space should be generally what you think it should be referred to as and does not need to match up in a precise way with the programmed content (e.g. the above example has deZayas Memo in the spreadsheet with a much longer description naming the item in-world).

  • Original author & title or citation: here is where you cite the original author of whatever content you are adapting to a Minecraft book. In some cases I have kept it short and simple, but when I can I simply grab the APA Citation from whatever library website I am using if that is available. In any case, just put as much as is sufficient here to appropriately credit the author(s) of the original work
  • Link to online source: if you adapted a source that is primarily an online source or for which you have a relevant URL, put that in this space
  • Notes: any notes you want to add regarding the process of creation, useful information to other users and collaborators such as potential uses or needed fixes (e.g. I was struggling with one of the books for awhile but did not want to lose the code, so still posted it but marked it as BROKEN TEXT in Notes & then later fixed it)
  • Command vLatest: this is where you will share the command that you have created to summon whatever book you are adding to the list
  • Command v1.0: this is where older versions of the command for a particular item go once they have been updated and a new command takes the vLatest slot… will need to add additional columns for multiple version numbers soon enough…
  • Library Signs: this is where commands that generate signs regarding the specific book you have created go, they can be used to easily mark the book’s presence in the library to patrons

Whether you have any idea about Minecraft or any interest in virtual environments and learning of any sort or not, please consider contributing to the Stardust library by adding suggested works (i.e. things you believe to be conducive to cultivating caring and effective people) to the library list  at

…AND make sure to check out the three part series by Keanu Sai, Ph.D. published in neaToday on the U.S. Occupation of the Hawaiian Kingdom, whether you read it inside the Hawaiian Kingdom archive inside the AGILE Multiversity Minecraft environment or on the National Education Association website, and spread the word too!