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Sometimes veterinarians make educational brochures to help inform their clients’ families. From the very beginning of this quest, you’ve been brainstorming and recording topic ideas on a chart in your classroom. Now it’s time to choose one of those ideas for further investigation.

Your final task is to use the computer to research, create and present a brochure that thoroughly explores one of the topics from the chart. Your brochure will help educate others just like the veterinarian does.

Congratulations! Mission Accomplished!!

Oops, one more thing. After completing this WebQuest, we hope that many of you are going to be interested in careers in veterinary medicine and research. Well, guess what? You can click the following link and become a member of...

The Boiler Vet Club 

The project described was supported by a Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) from the Office of Research Infrastructure Programs (ORIP), a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

NIH . . . Turning Discovery Into Health

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    NIH SEPA: Fat Dogs and Coughing Horses

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