ANALYZING AUTOMATION AND HUMAN FACTORS8System (HFACS) and Non-HFACS-Related Factors on Fatalities in General Aviation Accidents Using Neural Networks” by Dahai Liu, Tiffany Nickens, Leon Hardy, and Albert Boquet.3.Information Literacy“The student will show evidence of meaningful research, including gathering information from primary and secondary sources and incorporating and documenting source material in their writing”(ERAU, 2017, p. 15). Information literacy is the ability to recognize when information is needed and being able to efficiently locate, accurately evaluate, effectively use, and clearly communicate information invarious formats (Wesleyan University Library, n.d.). The researcher will gather evidence to support the project outcome by utilizing information researched on the internet, including scholarly journals, credible articles, textbooks relating to project topic and the ERAU Hunt Library. Stand-alone subsections analyzing automation and human factors will be presented throughout the project in order to support the analysis, conclusion and recommendation relating to the project topic in accordance with American Psychological Association (APA) guidelines. The researcher expects to obtain Information from the article, “Thoughts in Flight: Automation use and Pilots’ Task-Related and Task-Unrelated Thought” by Stephen M. Casner and Jonathan W. Schooler and from the article “Examining the Relationship between Familiarity and Reliability of Automation in the Cockpit” by Rian Mehta, Stephen Rice, and Scott Winter from the Florida Institute of Technology. 4.Communication“The student will show evidence of communicating concepts in written, digital and oral forms to present technical and non-technical information”(ERAU, 2017, p. 16).