The moving child
The Moving Child films aim to help support children in their physical, emotional, social and mental development by educating adults about the important role that dynamic movement plays in a child’s wellbeing.
The films show how that happens and what we need to be concerned about in children’s sensorimotor development.
Integrating approaches from diverse movement therapies, all three films share best practices to support children’s sensorimotor development, self-expression and naturally unfolding movement ability affecting their life.
If you can't find the sources you need in the library of Codarts, you can extend your search to other libraries.
Libraries that are definitely valuable during your study, are:
The Erasmus University Library offers access to databases as APA PsycINFO, Cochrane Library, CINAHL, PubMed, Web of Science and Scopus. The KB to APA PsycINFO.
Codarts library is not subscribed to these databases.
Collections of these two and other Dutch & foreign libraries can be searched in Picarta on Worldcat. Via this bibliographic database, books can be borrowed and articles requested from other libraries.
Check THIS page for more info on both libraries ánd Picarta on Worldcat.
Check our CATALOGUE (dance or music therapy) and the WEBSITES BELOW for dance & music therapy journals the library subscribed to. Some journals we only have in print ÓR online, others in print ÁND online.
INDIVIDUAL E-JOURNALS on dance & music therapy
Most e-journals the library subscribed to, are part of a portal containing a large amount of journals. Be aware you don't have access to all these titles, but just the ones we have a paid subscription for.
The list also includes free accessible e-journals,
JSTOR Arts & Sciences III
As a student or employee of Codarts, you have access to the JSTOR archive Arts & Sciences III which includes over 150 journals on dance, music, performing arts, art, architecture, film studies, languages, literature, folklore and religion.
JSTOR Arts & Sciences III doesn't hold specific journals on dance & music therapy but if you search on subject you might discover that JSTOR has useful articles in other journals.
Click HERE for an overview of ALL e-journals the library subscribed to.
The library has an extensive collection PRINTED BOOKS on dance & music therapy and related subjects as research, other art therapies, music and dance in general, kinetics, Laban Movement Analysis etc. All these titles may be borrowed.
Besides printed books, there are full text E-BOOKS on music and dance in general available in the collection Music in Oxford Scholarship Online. Check the website and start reading online:
There are a couple of DVDs on dance & music therapy available in the library and many DVDs containing dance & music performances, documentaries and interviews.
Besides this collection, the library subscribed to the ONLINE databases DANCE IN VIDEO and MEDICI.TV among others. These online collections have music performances & master classes in all forms of classical music and hundreds hours of dance productions and documentaries by the most influential performers and companies of the 20th and 21st centuries, featuring ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, experimental, and improvisational dance.
You won't find a lot specific on dance or music therapy in these databases, but on dance or music in general there is plenty.
Various citation styles exist, and many fields of study have a specific preference. The two styles used at Codarts are APA style and Chicago style. Check with your study program or your teacher/research coach which style you should use for crediting the sources used in your paper or thesis.
Consult the BOOKS we have in the library or ONLINE SOURCES like:
CITATIONS IN WORD
In Word, you can easily add citations when writing a document where you need to cite your sources, such as a research paper. Citations can be added in various formats, including APA and Chicago style (see above). Afterwards, you can create a bibliography of the sources you used to write your paper.
CITATION TOOLS IN ONLINE SOURCES
Most of the databases and e-journals the library subscribed to, offer a tool to generate and export citations.