Awe is written by a tried and trusted team. Input from the wider community is welcome. (It should not be forgotten that, as it is designed to offer good advice such as a teacher would give or at least approve of, it is not open to anyone to edit. Only those given permission can alter the articles.) Most articles are in response to questions from students. As AWE is a new project, such questions, and comments that will help us improve - edit - it , are still very much welcome.
If you want to help in the AWE project, you can send an e-mail to
- We are always interested in who is using AWE. Indeed, if you want to get more involved in it, you should create an account. This gives you a username, and signing your comments with this means you will become more and more familiar to the community. Anonymous comments are still welcome but cannot of course build a reputation.