Blog Post #4

When i started to look for sources for my research topic i thought that it would be easy to find a lot of good information on ants and their contribution to our environment and society. This proved to be harder than i expected, I started out by trying to find some sources on some of the schools databases. All of the results that i found  were either too broad or too specific and it was really hard trying to find a good middle ground.49318491

 

After while of searching i was finally able to find a good source to use, this was a relief because this source had an extensive works cited that included several other helpful sources. this was a great catalyst toward writing my annotated and will probably be very helpful when i am finding information for the rest of my paper.49318869

After i found these sources the rest of the annotated bibliography went pretty smoothly. i was able to create a free account on noodletools.com which formatted the sources into a works cited page and then i just highlighted major points in each article and summarized their purpose. This annotated  bibliography seems like it will be a pretty good aid while writing my final essay and will definitely be useful in starting the essay and organizing my thoughts. After finishing the bibliography i think i have a better idea of what my stance will be on.

2 thoughts on “Blog Post #4

  1. Timothy

    Jake,

    This post is another great installment in the always interesting story of your ant based research paper. I really enjoyed your narrative about the difficulties of trying to finding the resources you desired. That seems to be a common problem for most people. I also enjoyed your memes, they were helpful and made your blog post relatable to anyone even if they had not written a research paper. Finally, I noticed you are using noodletools; I was looking for an easy bibliography website, and this one is perfect. Once again great post.

    Your Classmate,
    Tim Sheridan

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  2. Max

    BMW car designer: Jens Marquardt. The project, called Self-Driving Car Experience (SDEC), aims to revolutionize U. S. cyclists’ experiences on public roads. The SDEC vehicle essentially employs self-driving car models to take control of a car, and all the seat belts are required to be deployed. This technology is also intended to make cycling tougher by making it easier to ride in busy areas. The car will take two types of road overhead on both ends, the one with a rainy day and one under light. It can also be assigned a route to take over the right of way. And the car can brake automatically. Self-drive car technology will also be incorporated into the U. D. Official U. N. Reliable Driver Cycle Network (RCDN). This will be a long-term program for creating a self-service sector in which flexible driver attachments will be provided to help cyclist register in cyclocross tracks or find other drivers. In the last 12 years alone, there have been 125,000 fatalities in cycle accidents. According to NPD Insights, the worldwide number of cyclers aged 15–44 is now 213. 2 million, and the number of people with personal bike is growing every year. Taking steps to reduce harm in daily life from cycled vehicles has been largely unsuccessful. This is despite a substantial increase in the number and equipment of bicycle peripherals, such as locks and irons to secure most bicycles, and mobile tools to protect bicyclists from being stranded. A perfect example of just how successful these solutions can be, is the Japan-funded European Cycle Regeneration Council in Southeast Asia (ECRC) that was established after the World Trade Center in New York City. At the time, Japan used a form of zero-emissions vehicle as a means of transport for 50 million people.

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