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Computing education and entrepreneurial spirit Background 136; The changing business environment 137; What is entrepreneurship? 138; Entrepreneurship and HE 139; Teaching entrepreneurship 140; Team approach 143; Deliverables and assessment 144; Incubation 146; Lifelong learning 146;
BySylvia Alexander, Gerry McAllister, Deborah Trayhurn
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The importance of work-related learning and the role of ‘employability’ in higher education (HE) has long been recognized (Knight and Yorke 2002) and is currently high on the government agenda. Employability is concerned with developing the skills and competencies required to compete in a changing labour market.