Yeasterday I found out by chance that Docstoc, an internet site for storing and sharing documents for free is going to close down on 1 December.
I made a search to see what items on Conductive Education had been uploaded to the site and found that these had already been removed and were now unavailable. Perhaps they have been moved by their owners to another site.
I also received an email from someone who is offering a similar service (though it seems to be mainly legal documents and papers on offer) and I thought some of you might be interested in investigating this.
Jamie Swift wrote:
As you may know, Docstoc, which was a fantastic online document resource for small businesses and organizations, is closing down permanently on December 1st. Our startup, formswift.com, thinks we can serve as a quality replacement for many of Docstoc’s document productivity tools with the free resources below:
I hope this helps, and I look forward to hearing back from you!
Content Associate, FormSwift – A SaaS startup helping businesses and organizations go paperless
Do have a look and see if this meets your needs.
On Conduction’s website there is a Document Depository which contains items on CE that are not available anywhere else, such as papers, presentations and articles. If you think your document might be a good candidate for inclusion please do contact me.
As the posting on Conductive World about parents establishing CE centres was such a comprehensive and interesting statement, and may become ‘lost’ as other postings are made on the blog, I have now added it to the Depository on Conduction’s website and it can be found at
Have a look www..liveleak.com/e/07b_1284580365