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Geographical and alphabetical index to college tours and direct links to colleges sites.
Contains more than 1,400,000 patent documents, images and bibliographic descriptions back to 1920 and text of abstracts and claims back to 1978.
Find postal codes in Canada on this Canada Post website
Affiliated with the NPR call-in show. Each week's show is available for listening. Search for technical service bulletins and recall information. Look for a mechanic in your area. Games, e-mail newsletter, bulletin boards, hate mail and more.
America's Job Bank was phased out July 1, 2007. This takes you to the replacement site at CareerOneStop.
Explore careers related to your strengths, skills and talents. Career Zone is a service of the New York State Department of Labor.
Website offers job descriptions, tips and trends, advice articles, as well as job postings, salaries, and company reviews.
With over 300,000 job postings representing 25,000 employers, this is one of the largest job sites online. Job postings come from classified ads of major newspapers and internet job sites.
News analysis, links, and information about the Iraq conflict.
History of 37 recognized pedigreed breeds of cats, their characteristics and personalities plus information on cat shows and cat care.
Online version of the Catholic Encyclopedia - authoritative source on the teachings, traditions, and history of the Catholic Church.
Current news and information for layperson and professional.
Site includes links to health topics on older adults, data and statistics, caregiving resources, and state and local agencies on aging.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Seasonal flu website includes information on flu basics, prevention, and treatments.
Website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides links to immunization schedules in PDF for adults, adolescents, and children; recommendations and guidelines; list of vaccine-preventable diseases; answers to common questions; and information about vaccine safety and side-effects.
Large directory of women authors who have lived between 3000 B.C. - 2000. Includes fiction and non-fiction.
Private, non-profit organiation providing education, advocacy, and legal assistance to aid seniors and disabled in obtaining necessary healthcare.
Provides information on disabilities in children and youth; programs and services for infants, children, and youth with disabilities; IDEA, the nation's special education law; No Child Left Behind.
Consumer information on Medicare, Medicaid, SCHIP (State Children's Health Insurance Program), HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996), and CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments).
Chamber membership directory, events calendar and information on local economic development.
Provides more than $5 million in grants in a variety of areas including arts and culture, education, health and human services, civic affairs, and the environment.
Excellent source of census data about the Central New York Region including demographics, population, employment and unemployment, and per-capita income data.
CNY RPDB is the water quality management agency for CentraL New York. This site has information on watersheds, water quality, storm water management and more.
OCWA's website provides annual water quality reports, pharmaceutical test results, and information on sources of water supply.
Schedule of meetings, classes and workshops. Online newsletter and contact information.
This site, designed for chemistry students, covers the following topics: atomic structure and bonding, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, basic organic chemistry, and chemical calculations.
Child Care Solutions began operation as the Onondaga County Child Care Council in 1975, and is a not-for-profit organization committed to making child care work for families and child care providers in Onondaga and Cayuga Counties.
Federal Interagency Forum offers statistical reports on children and families.
Mayo Clinic's web site provides authoritative information on all aspects of cholesterol, as well as cholesterol and heart disease risk calculators.
Free access to the Chronicle's current issue of job listings and articles.
Information on the history, people, government, economy, geography, communications, transportation, military, and transnational issues for 267 world entities.
Web site offers detailed citation style guides in PDF for MLA (Modern Language Association), Chicago (Turabian) and APA (American Psychological Association).
Provides information on basic classical repertoire, recommended cd lists, and reviews and articles.
Includes sales, business, homecare, retail, medical, education, and professional job postings.
Maintained by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), ClinicalTrials.gov provides access to information on publicly and privately supported clinical studies on a wide range of diseases and conditions.
Home page for Fortune, Money and Fortune Small Business magazines, as well as CNN's complete business coverage.
Keep up with the delegate count, meet the candidates, explore the issues.
Affiliated with Cable News Network, this site contains live video streaming, audio packages, and searchable archives of news features and background information. The site is updated continuously throughout the day.
Use CNY Arts Directory to search for central New York Artists, Arts/Cultural Organizations, or Arts/Cultural Venues.
CNY Heritage is a regional digitization project for Onondaga, Oneida, Madison and Herkimer counties. The collection resides on New York Heritage, a searchable database of historic photographs, postcards, letters and other primary source material from libraries, museums, and archives throughout New York State.
CNY Works offers links to job listings of major employers in the Central New York Region.
Combined listing of ten real estate agencies in the Syracuse and Central NY area. Search for homes by price, location, and features.
Codification of current regulations of executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government and divided into 50 titles.
Official Web site for the National Association of Collectors features club and flea market directories, events calendars, and appraisal information.
Contains links to preparing and registering for the SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, AP, and CLEP.
A site full of useful tools. Here you can practice for the SAT, PSAT, and AP tests. Gives you planning guides on timelines by high school grade. Allows you to compare up to three colleges.
Reading list includes American and world literature, biography, history, drama, and poetry.
Searchable by name of school, location, institution type and programs, this website provides information on financial aid, enrollment, admissions and majors.
Directory of email addresses for college and university admissions, financial aid, and scholarship offices.
College Search, Financial Aid and Scholarship Information - Examines more than 3800 schools. Features include virtual campus tours, online applications and Hobsons Guides to many degree programs.
Coverage includes advertising and public relations, literature and writing, linguistics, and many more related subjects.
Produced by the National Library of Medicine, MedlinePlus links to information from the National Institutes of Health and other reliable sources. This site includes links to CAM basics, news, research, clinical trials, specific conditions, tutorials, videos, and articles.
Comedies, Histories, Tragedies, Poetry: something for everyone.
News and reviews of hardware, software, electronics, engineering, communications, and the application of technology.
Official directory of the U.S. Congress includes short biographies of each member of the House and Senate
Produced by the Federal Citizen Information Center, the Consumer Action Handbook web site offers helpful buying tips, as well as information on topics such as Banking, Cars, Health Care, Housing, Insurance, Investing, and Wills and Funerals.
Full access to all of the valuable content on ConsumerReports.org through your library membership - ratings, reviews, expert buying advice, product comparisons, user reviews, and product video clips. Remote use: Liverpool Cardholders Only.
Reviews of hundreds of products. Fast Reviews are brief summaries, while Full Reports provide more depth.
The Federal Trade Commission's website offers information on managing money, credit and debt, scams and identity theft, as well as links to training handouts and presentations.
Contact Community Services, Inc. is a multi-faceted organization that supports the social, emotional, behavioral and mental health of children, youth, and adults.
Biographical information on women who have made scientific contributions before 1976
Searchable directory of links to statutes, cases, and current legislation
Food safety and handling tips, nutrition information, gardening tips, and agriculture resources can be found at this website.
Country Studies, orginally published as a book series by the Library of Congress (1988 to 1998), "presents a description and analysis of the historical setting and the social, economic, political, and national security systems" of 101 countries.
Coursera, a MOOC provider founded by professors from Stanford University, is an education platform that partners with top universities and organizations worldwide, to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free. Partners include University of London, University of Rochester, Penn State, American Museum of Natural History, and more.
Blackboard is pleased to support open education opportunities and massive open online courses through CourseSites. Explore and enroll in courses below or start your own now. CourseSites is a no-cost online learning environment, offering college-level courses.
Geared to the student studying to become a lawyer, law enforcement officer, paralegal, or pursuing a career in Homeland Security.
Comprehensive collection of information about crocheting including history, basic instructions, local and national organizations, and links to dozens of crochet sites, many with free patterns.
"Largest not-for-profit cruise portal on the Internet" offers links to major cruise line web sites, information on cruise ships and destinations, and passenger ratings.
Thousands of recipes, restaurant reviews, and industry information from over 150 major cooking and nutrition magazines.
Searchable and browsable annotated directory of more than 15,000 sites of interest to antiquing and collecting enthusiasts.
Alphabetic list of countries and their currencies, along with exchange rates.
U.S. Census Bureau statistics by industry and geographic area on employment, wages, inventories, value added, and value of shipments for the manufacturing, mining, and construction sectors. Also housing sales, starts, and completions.
Cyberbully411 is an effort to provide resources for youth who have questions about or have been targeted by online harassment. The website was created by Internet Solutions for Kids, Inc with funding from the Community Technology Foundation of California.
From Salem Press, more than 29,000 literary characters are described from 3500 popular works of fiction. Central or key characters are given more lengthy descriptions than supporting or minor figures. Author, book title, first publication date, genre, locale, time of action and plot type are given.