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WAF - Windows Access Facility
The Windows Access Facility (WAF) is a Windows Terminal Server that provides supplemental access for Mac and Linux users to applications that are only available on the Windows platform.

Watermark
distinctive design created in paper at the time of manufacture that can be easily seen by holding the paper up to a light

Web Conference
  1. A Web Conference is a form of real-time communication in which multiple computer users, all connected via the Internet, see the same screen at the same time in their Web browsers. Some Web conferencing systems include features such as text chat, VoIP (voice over IP), whiteboard, and full-motion video. Can also be referred to as a Webinar.

Webinar
  1. A Webinar is a type of web conference that allow participants in different locations to see and hear the presenter, ask questions and generally interact by connecting over the Internet. The distinction between web conference, webcast and webinar is becoming particularly difficult to define as functionality and usage becomes more similar.

WebNow

WebNow is a browser-based version of the Perceptive Content (formerly ImageNow) software, enabling access to your documents even while away from the office. As a Java-based application, WebNow updates each time a user visits the site, ensuring an up-to-date and secure connection. WebNow does not have all the features of the full Perceptive Content desktop client, such as scanning documents, linking documents, and access to ImageNow Printers.

For more information, see ECM KnowledgeBase document ECMS - What is WebNow?.
Wisc Account Administration Site
A web site that allows administrators and end users to manage accounts (NetID and departmental) that access Office 365, WiscMail/WiscCal, WiscChat, and Google Apps.

Wisconsin Administrative CodeRules established by the UW System Board of Regents, which apply to all UW System institutions.  See http://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/code/toc/uws . The Code addresses a wide range of topics,  secure to faculty the rights of tenure, grant to students a voice in governance, and describe appropriate conduct on university lands and in university facilities.

With the grain
folding or feeding paper into the press or folder parallel to the grain of paper

Withdraw
This is an activity in ARROW that allows the PI or POC to withdraw a submission from the initial review process.  This activity moves the submission to the Withdrawn state at which time the PI or POC can make a copy of the application, send it back to Pre-Submission or archive it.

Withdraw Change
This is an activity in ARROW that allows the PI or POC to withdraw a submitted change from the review process.  This activity moves the submission to the Withdrawn state at which time the PI or POC can send the submission back to Pre-Submission or archive it. 

Withdraw Continuing Review
This is an activity in ARROW that allows the PI or POC to withdraw a submitted continuing review from the review process.  This activity moves the submission to the Withdrawn state at which time the PI or POC can send the submission back to Pre-Submission or archive it. 

Withdraw Reportable Event
This is an activity in ARROW that allows the PI or POC to withdraw a submitted continuing review from the review process.  This activity moves the submission to the Withdrawn state at which time the PI or POC can send the submission back to Pre-Submission. 

Withdrawn
This is a state in ARROW.  Submissions in this state have been withdrawn by the PI or POC.  Submissions in this state can be sent back to Pre-Submission or Archived by the PI or POC.

Work and tumble
using the same plate and same guide, printing one side of a sheet, and flipping it from gripper to tail to print on the back of the sheet. Similar to perfecting but 2 passes

Work and turn
using the same plate and common guide, printing one side of a sheet, and flipping it from left to right to print on the back of the sheet

Workflow

A set of customizable queues that documents can optionally be sent to once entered into the Imaging Service.

Workflow lets you route a document through a business process from start to finish with a customizable set of options.
Workflow
A workflow is a series of activities/steps that are necessary to complete a task. Each step in a workflow has a specific step before it and a specific step after it, with the exception of the first and last steps. In a linear workflow, the first step is usually initiated by an outside event. If the workflow has a loop structure, however, the first step is initiated by the completion of the last step.

Example workflow: A shared conference room needs to be managed on a first-come-first-served basis. Assigned users would be able to reserve the conference room if it is available. Otherwise, the invitation will be declined automatically by the resource calendar.

WT
work and turn (see work and turn definition)

WTUM
work and tumble (see work and tumble definition)