Next day we will be doing the CDC activity. Here are useful links:
Very generalized differences between viral and bacterial infections
A list of bacterial pathogens and viral pathogens (note the error under viral pathogens: botulism is not a viral disease - gov't of australia website made a mistake here!). some of the pathogens are particular to Australia, but others are common worldwide (such as measles, meningitis, salmonella, influenza). These sites are easy to navigate.
a more comprehensive list of viral pathogens . this list is undergraduate level.
Preventing airborne diseases case study: a viral airborne disease (SARS)
Managing an airborne disease case study: a bacterial airborne disease (TB)
dine safe website: a comprehensive list of health inspection reports for any restaurant!
Vertebrates mainly :
Insect vector: note only the ones caused by virus and bacteria: