Title: Taking apart the samsung SGH-i1067 9/11.
Objective: My goal was to examine and look under mostly all the parts and examine/read all the labels. Where each different part was built. I figured out many parts were from many parts of the world. The battery for the phone was made in japan but finished off in china. Part of the phone was also built in new jersey.
Materials: Hands and fingers, mini flat head screwdriver.
Methods: To read/reach all the labels i used ether my hands/fingers or a mini flathead screwdriver to lift up certain parts of the phone such as the battery, and a few of the leds. When my fingers couldn’t reach something i used the flat head i had with me.
Results: I achieved my goal of looking under finding and reading all the different labels and locations to find out where most part of the phone were constructed. So everything essentially went the way i wanted it to.
Discussion: Orginally i figured my hands and fingers would be all the tools i would have needed for reading the labels. So i found a flat head screw driver and everything worked out perfect. If i was to do anything else id try and test the phone to see if works.-
Citing your information is a good idea because professors are very picky about the information is being received. It ‘s to help writer to prevent plagiarism and try to be more thoughtful about their writing. Citing a sources is confusing at times but a website like easy bib can be done in two seconds. Though, sometimes the website can’t cite the sources from the original then it has to be done manually and citing a sources with no publisher or author it very difficult. It safe to cite any source that are movies,books, magzines just to be safe , so there wont be any problems in the future.
The sources i think was useful was the LexisNexis search engine and it’s amazing. LexisNexis kinda give different sources like newspaper, internet, and journal article that are hard to find and have some sources that can be reliable. It also finding sources more easier but i had to find out later by the librarian about the search engine at the end of the outline draft. It still good though because i could use it later for future references. Google scholar was a bit troubling for me because some of the sources i wanted to use badly have to be purchase. The sources i find in Google scholar were books and only give the abstract of it and it was a pain to see a valuable source and not use because you do not have the money to buy it.
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The issue I have with the research proposal was finding a question that can be relevant to the class. It was difficult for me to have a question for my proposal but also finding sources that can answer my question. To write a five pages paper on question you made, is pretty much different for me and never have to chance to do that. The tips from Badke book have really helped out with the concerned I had and each step he explain ways to know if the question is to broad that it can have to many answer and being specific enough that it could only focus on one thing.
All groups will give their presentations on Wednesday, December 19. It is essential that everyone arrives on time. At least one member of each group should plan on getting to A453 early to set up the presentation on the instructor’s computer.
Each group must post a link to their project on the course website by 10 a.m. on Wednesday, December 19. Please ensure that your site is public and viewable by anyone. Each student will submit a self and group evaluation; I’ll email you a link to a survey tomorrow. The self and group evaluations are due by 5 p.m. Thursday 12/20.
If any groups wish to use A543 to rehearse their presentations, please let me know; I’ll be on campus all day today and tomorrow.
And again, the order of presentations is as follows:
- Charles Baculima
- Harry Attilio
- Maria Hernandez
- Ahmad Woods
- Ismael Sanogo
It’s been a challenging and interesting semester. Thanks for all your hard work and thoughtful questions.