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webwork

(ˈwɛbˌwɜːk)
n
1. a network of things interlinked in a manner resembling a web
2. (Computer Science) internet education work done using the World Wide Web
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Robert Kaplan has described "a new webwork of relationships emerging bilaterally" in Asia:
Digging the money trail while investigating an e-commerce ponzi scheme, the Lucknow zone of the Enforcement Directorate discovered links between the directors of Webwork Trade Links Private limited and Siddiqui.
Summary: A complaint has named Bollywood actors Shah Rukh Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui who endorsed Webwork Trade Link's shadow company Addsbook Marketing in 2016
"Esoteric Webwork as Nervous System: Reading the Fantastic in Ben Okri's Writing." In Essays on African Writing, edited by Abdulrazak Gurnah, 144-158.
Fieldwork Webwork a third-party research firm analyzes thousands of surveys and determines the company's score based on 61 individual attributes within 10 employment categories including leadership and work environment.
enchanted with the wide expanse of the spider's field of webwork.
Examples include extending Moodle (Pirker, Riffnaller-Schiefer, & Gutl, 2014), A+ (Haaranen, Ihantola, Hakulinen, & Korhonen, 2014), Vula Sakai environment (O'Donovan, Gain, & Marais, 2013), Blackboard 9 (Dominguez, et al., 2013), QizBox (Giannetto, Chao, & Fontana, 2013), and the online homework platform WeBWorK (https://github.com/openwebwork, Goehle, 2013).
It's also true that the poet is often recognized by her highly anthologized "The Sun Underfoot Among the Sundews" a vertigo-inducing meditation on the "webwork of carnivorous rubies / a star-swarm thick as the gnats / they're set to catch." While readers of her Selected Poems will encounter a "Vacant Lot with Pokeweed," "A Hedge of Rubber Trees" and "Black Buttercups" such tags can be misleading.
(2005)), "Student Perceptions of the Web-Based Homework Program WeBWorK in Moderate Enrollment College Algebra Courses," Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching; Bonham, S.W., Deardorff, D.L.
Similarly, there is open-source homework-checking software called WebWork that the UO's mathematics department currently uses.