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Free online LaTeX course by John Lees-Miller, co-founder of Overleaf.
Part 1: The Basics
Part 2: Structured Documents & More
Part 3: Not Just Papers: Presentations & More
Features & Benefits for Writing
Features & Benefits for Teaching
Getting Started Using Templates
Journal Submission Templates
Video tutorials - a series of 21 short videos by Dr. Vincent Knight of Cardiff University.
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Provides an asynchronous workshop for LaTeX for Math and Science at http://bit.ly/latexmathsci.
Search the help files, review video tutorials, learn more about LaTeX.
Tips, & FAQs
Try Out Official Publisher Templates
Add a Template to the Gallery
Use Tags to Organize Your Dashboard
Make the most out of your Overleaf Project Menu
Working Offline With Git
Overleaf is now offering free webinars! Topics and levels vary and more information can be found by visiting the
Overleaf Webinars page!
You will also find a number of recorded webinars for play on demand.
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