Dr. William Hooper, associate professor of computer science, recently presented a paper to the Intellectbase International Consortium Academic Conference in Nashville. Intellectbase International Consortium (IIC) is a professional academic organization dedicated to advancing and encouraging quantitative and qualitative (including hybrid and triangulation) research practices. Dr. Hooper’s paper titled “A Process for the Study and Teaching of Machine Languages” appears in the proceedings of the conference and has been submitted for publication.
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