It would be wrong to assume that incoming undergraduates in the 1990s are already in possession of computer skills. The University of Bradford has recognised that all students, no matter what their background or subject area, need basic computer literacy skills not only to complete their course successfully, but also to be attractive to industry and commerce on graduation. The Enterprise in Higher Education (EHE) programme is promoting innovation and changes in traditional teaching and learning styles. EHE recognises the importance of computers within this process. At Bradford, this is achieved through the use of hardware and software provided by the Computerisation Project. The Bradford approach is to integrate the computer literacy element into all areas of the curriculum.
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