Criteria can be selected that will allow the visitor to this site to have a report for Tennessee, a region of Tennesee, or a Tennessee county generated for a number of communicable diseases.
Here is the American Kennel Club’s alphabetical list of breeds. In addition to pictures of the breed and some information about it, there are links to where more information can be found on the breed of the dog. Information from the American Kennel Club to help you decide what dog breed would be best for you is found in their article The Right Dog For You.
This site was designed ”to be useful to researchers of theater, dance, music, French culture, and early modern history” and “serves also as a portal into the University of Utah’s J. Willard Marriott Library’s Digital Collections, which includes scanned rare books, maps, newspapers, and journals in searchable format.”–From Website.
“ReliefWeb is the world’s leading on-line gateway to information (documents and maps) on humanitarian emergencies and disasters” and ” it provides timely, reliable and relevant information as events unfold”–From Webswite. This is the link to the maps for the disaster in Myanmar.
This is the result of a survey taken on the Weddle’s publishing Company’s web site. Weddle’s is a publisher of print guides to Internet job hunting. The public is invited to vote for what they consider the best online job sites, and here are found the thirty best according to the results of the survey on their web site.
“Red Studio, developed by MoMA [The Museum of Modern Art] in collaboration with high school students, explores issues and questions raised by teens about modern art, today’s working artists, and what goes on behind the scenes at a museum.” From the website. MOMA exhibitions can be explored online here and there is much information about art and architecture and design that could ber very helpful.
Over 75 biographies of famous economists throughout history, from the The Library of Economics and Liberty, as well as links to their major writings and other areas of economics.
A calendar of the sacred dates for the religions of the world. Also information on different world religions.
ACT Test Centers
ACT Test Dates 2008-2009
ASVAB Test Dates and Locations
GRE Computer-Based Testing Centers
Gre Paper-Based Testing Centers
Praxis I Computer-Based Test Examination Dates and Praxis I and II Paper-Based Examination Dates and Locations
SAT Calendar — Dates and Fees
SAT Test Centers
United States Postal Service — Apply Online. Can find dates and locations by Announcement Number or can search by State. Also, useful information at Work for the U. S. Postal Service.
Federal Jobs Digest — Postal Jobs Open Nationwide — This Federal Jobs Digest article on Postal Jobs contains information on U. S. Postal Service examination dates.
Although there has been news that some payments will start earlier, this is the Economic Stimulus Payment schedule from the IRS Economic Stimulus Payment Information Center.
This award winning site offers very helpful information on chemistry, including a searchable database of over 800 common compound names, formulas, structures, and properties, as well as a glossary, simulations, tutorials, articles, construction kits and more.
From the TLA Reference Round Table:
The University of Memphis’ E-Recycling Program will be hosting a public electronics recycling day May 17, from 9:00-3:00 pm, at the main parking lot on Southern Avenue. [Businesses, schools, government agencies and nonprofits are invited to drop off their recyclable items May 14-16, but must register in advance.]
Items that will be accepted include:
- Computers, monitors and accessories
- Audio-visual equipment (TVs, VCRs, Cameras, etc.)
- Cell phones, pagers and PDAs
- Office equipment (Copiers, fax machines, telephones, etc.)
For the full list of what is and is not acceptable, please see the link above.
The nonprofit association EDUCAUSE offers information here on the photo-sharing website Flickr. Besides just photo sharing EDUCAUSE calls Flickr “a venue for sharing experiences and building relationships.” Good information available here on Flickr. See also EDUCAUSE’s 7 Things You Should Know About LULU, a self-publishing website.