Last week I posted about the new online service
from Special Needs Jungle for obtaining copies of journal articles not yet free on the Internet.
I applied for an article and received a very nice email back stating that my request had been forwarded to the publisher and I should hear in about six days or so.
Today I checked my email and found I had been sent a reply last night. The article was now available for me via the Special needs Jungle website where I was to follow the link given.
I did this and found the report by Ester Cotton on a study visit to the Institute for Movement Therapy and School for Conductors, published in 1965, was now available to me in a pdf format. Terrific service from an organisation staffed by volunteers!
I was also told :
Please do pass on this service to your colleagues and friends and feel free to share the research using this link: http://bit.ly/snjPI1
All items requested in this way will be available to those who access the Special Needs Jungle website. This is the first, and I am sure others will follow. In fact, I have several I will ask for myself and I will check the list regularly to see what is on it relevant to Conductive Education.
Please remember that not every request may be granted, but do try it out.