AWE

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AcronymDefinition
AWEArgue with Everyone (forum)
AWEAcorn Woodland Elementary (Oakland, CA)
AWEAtomic Weapons Establishment (UK)
AWEAT&T Wireless
AWEAcademic Writing in English (various locations)
AWEAddress Windowing Extensions
AWEAlliance for Water Efficiency (Chicago, IL)
AWEApproval Workflow Engine (software)
AWEAdvanced Warranty Exchange
AWEAdvanced Wave Effects
AWEAdobe Web File
AWEAddress Windowing Extension
AWEAutomobilwerken Eisenach
AWEAverage Weekly Earnings
AWEAsymptotic Waveform Evaluation
AWEAmerican Wrestling Entertainment
AWEAt Worlds End (video game)
AWEAdvanced Wave Effects (Creative Labs)
AWEAmerica West Airlines (ICAO code)
AWEAdvanced Warfighting Experiment
AWEAssociation for World Education
AWEAlberta Women Entrepreneurs (Calgary, AB, Canada)
AWEAssociation Wallonne de l'Elevage (farmers association; Belgium)
AWEAutomobile Welt Eisenach (German: Eisenach Automobile World; Eisenach, Germany)
AWEAssociation of Women Entrepreneurs
AWEAllen Wrestling Entertainment (est. 1996)
AWEAmerican Wilderness Experience
AWEAutoCAD Windows Extension
AWEAircraft/Weapons/Electronics (module)
AWEAdvanced Warfare Experiment
AWEAmmunition and Weapons Effects (Allied Defense Group, Inc.)
AWEArmy Warfighter Experiment
AWEArea Weapons Effects
AWEAmbassadors for Wildlife Through Education
AWEAdvertising Web Entertainment (now Search Performance; est. 2000; France)
AWEAtomic Weapon Employer
AWEAdinin Works & Engineering Sdn Bhd (Brunei)
AWEAdvanced Workstation for the Executive (E.F. Hutton)
AWEAvionics/Weapons/Electronics
AWEAlternative Work Environment
AWEAccepted Weight Estimate
AWEArbitrary Wire Antenna
AWEAlarms, Warnings, and Events
AWEAdvanced Wavesynthesis Effect
AWEAfghan Women's Education
AWEAcetowhite Epithelium (oncology)
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For instance, Berman and Cheng (2010) compared the perceived difficulties of academic writing in English between native speakers (NS) and non-native speakers of English students (NNES).The results showed that although both groups perceived the ability of academic writing in English as necessary, NNES in English as Foreign Language (EFL) context appeared to be more challenging than their NS counterparts.
The cooperation from the Center for Writing in English is aimed at realizing one of its goals, which is supporting KSU members and institutions in academic writing in English. The importance of this conference lies in being a response from KSU to the government toward children engaged between digital and traditional toys to grow interest for an educational and a futuristic vision by extending access to the children, who will shape their future.
Chapter 2 (Academic writing in Europe: texts, contexts, cultures) sets out to define the role of academic writing in English in the context of universities across Europe.