The DDP Network website offers a range of documents that can be downloaded in several different file formats.
Here you’ll find information on accessing, downloading and using these documents.
Copyright (©) for all of these documents remains with the document author(s) and/or publisher(s). Permission has been given for these documents to be reproduced on the DDP Network website.
By accessing and/or downloading the documents you agree to respect the Copyright holders by always including accurate attribution and/or appropriate credit when reproduced, in any way, in your own work. This should include the document title, author, publisher and a link to the document page on this website.
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DDP Practitioners, and individuals who use the principles of DDP in their work, have written many helpful articles, papers and practice ideas that have not been published. Individuals have kindly agreed for their work to be published by this website, ddpnetwork.org, to enable their ideas and work to be more widely shared and available to others.
Individuals have kindly given permission for these to be reproduced in the DDP Resource Library for free, they retain Copyright of their own documents.
Again, please respect the Copyright holders by always either acknowledging or quoting the source of any of these materials you use in your work.
What this means for you
You may: read, download and print documents on this website unless otherwise stated. You may also quote from and refer to documents in your own work/website as long as you provide clear attribution.
You may NOT: steal, or represent as your own work any part of any document on this website or quote from and refer to documents in your own work/website without clear attribution.
Portable Document Format (PDF)
PDF is a file format designed to preserve document layout and can include text, fonts, images and multimedia.
PDF documents can be accessed on nearly all computers including tablets, mobile devices and smartphones, although some older systems may need to download extra free software from the format’s creator Adobe Systems. Using standard software, PDFs cannot be modified, but can be printed.
Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx)
Files with the extensions .doc or .docx were created using the word processing software Microsoft Word, Versions 97-2004 for the former file extension and Versions 2007 to date for the latter.
They are designed to be only be used with this software, and when opened can be edited, saved and printed. If you cannot view a .docx file in your version of Microsoft Word please follow the instructions in this article on the Microsoft website.
You may also be able to open these documents in other word processing software such as Mac Pages or even using Google Docs.
Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx)
Files with the extensions .ppt or .pptx were created using the slide presentation software Microsoft PowerPoint, Versions 97-2004 for the former file extension and Versions 2007 to date for the latter.
They are designed to be only be used with this software, and when opened can be edited, saved, printed and presented. If you cannot view a .pptx file in your version of Microsoft PowerPoint please follow the instructions in this article on the Microsoft website.
You may also be able to open these documents in other slide presentation software such as Mac Keynote or even using Google Docs.