Laban Ring links websites of organizations and individuals working
with Laban theories: notation, motif, effort-shape, LMA, choreutics.
What is Laban Ring?
Laban Ring is a community of pages with related content, organized
into a circular ring. Each page in a ring has links which let visitors
move to an adjacent site on the ring, summon a ring index, or hop
to a random site.
Laban Ring let web visitors quickly and reliably find sites with related
Ring was created in May 2002, and is administrated by Marion Bastien.
Navigating Laban Ring
Each ring site has a ring control panel, similar to the one below:
let you navigate a ring:
Ring [List or Join]
< Previous | Random | Next >
takes you to the homepage of the ring.
creates a list of all of the member sites in the ring.
takes you to the ring's membership form, to sign up.
moves backward along the ring.
jumps to a site picked at random on the ring.
moves forward along the ring.
Who can join?
Laban Ring is intended to be a ring of resources. Sites that will
be considered for acceptance are organizations or individuals sites
offering informative content on the topic (Laban,
notation, motif, effort-shape, LMA, choreutics)
, in any language.
Websites that are not related to the topic or not offering informative
content will not be accepted. Inappropriate submissions will be deleted
How to join?
Step 1: Add your site to the queue
Fill out the on-line
form (the description of your site must be short
- 1 to 4 phrases), and click the "Add your site..."
You will receive via e-mail a site ID number, and customized
HTML code (the webring navigation bar) to insert into your web
Be sure to write down your site ID and password. You'll need
your password if you want to edit your entry in the future.
Step 2: Add the webring navigation bar to your
Copy the HTML code from the email, paste it into the front (or
index) page of your site, upload your modified page to your
Feel free to modify the code to match your website.
The code must be on the front (or index) page.
Step 3: Once this is done, e-mail
me to let me know that your site contains its webring
navigation bar and is ready to join the ring.
After a check-through to make sure there are no problems (assuming
your web site meets the criteria for inclusion), I'll add you
to the ring.
If you need clarification or assistance, e-mail
me with your questions.