LAS 432 Self-Driving Cars Week 5

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LAS 432 Self-Driving Cars Week 5
This week you will submit your Individual Draft for review to take you and your team…

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LAS 432 Self-Driving Cars Week 5

LAS 432 Self-Driving Cars Week 5

Course Project Individual Draft 

This week you will submit your Individual Draft for review to take you and your team one step closer to your final Team Project. Your draft should reflect the progress you have made in completing each milestone related to the Course Project in the earlier weeks, synthesize ideas you and your team members have developed, and highlight the key areas of analysis you have identified throughout the course.

Individual drafts should be four to five pages in length and follow APA standards. Your draft must also include a brief paragraph that explains your part of the Team Project and where your draft will fit into the final paper. This is an individual assignment.

Grading Rubric

This assignment is worth 125 points. See the Grading Rubric below.

ContentCriteriaPoints
Draft IntroductionThe introduction is clear and provides an overview of key issues addressed in the section. The topic of the draft is situated within the team thesis and ethical context.15
StructureThe section is organized logically and has a clear development trajectory that begins with foundational materials. The structure of the draft is in alignment with the team outline and achieves a level of consistency with the team documents.20
Evidence and Topic DevelopmentConcrete and detailed evidence is used to support claims and develop the topic. Evidence is used in a variety of ways and is appropriate to the context.35
Analysis and Critical ThinkingThoughtful analysis is performed to help situate the evidence within the team argument and provide engagement with the topic.35
Style and FormatConventions are consistent and unified. The formatting adheres to APA standards. Citations are complete and properly formatted.10
ReflectionFraming questions have been addressed, and there is a clear understanding of the role that the draft will play in the final Course Project.10
Total125

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Self-driving vehicles are those that can run without a human driver safely operating them (Union of Concerned Scientists, 2018).  Also known as driverless or autonomous cars, they use a combination of software and sensors for controlling, navigating, and driving.  Although there are currently no…