The Internet has exciting potential in education. In Higher Education this can lead to new ways of teaching. This can only be achieved if efforts are made to use and develop local, as well as national and international initiatives on the Internet. The University of Westminster saw the potential of the Internet and wanted to provide open access for staff and students. To speed access to useful information on the Internet, the University had to have a strategy for its use. This paper is about that strategy: about the training of computer and library staff, the provision of subject guides, the introduction of the Internet to academic staff and the use of the Internet by students.
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