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Overleaf introduction

Overleaf is an online LaTeX and Rich Text collaborative writing and publishing tool that makes the whole process of academic writing, editing and publishing much quicker and easier.

Access to Overleaf

Link to your Institution's custom portal on Overleaf .

If you already registered for Overleaf using your emory.edu address, you should be automatically transferred over to Overleaf Pro+.  If you registered with another email address, you will need to register with the emory.edu address, and then confirm your address so as to access all the Pro+ features, which include:

  • Additional storage space
  • Greater number of collaborators
  • Tracking changes
  • Addition of Templates

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Overleaf

Real-time collaboration in your browser!

The convenience of an easy-to-use manuscript editor, with real-time collaboration and structured, fully typeset output produced automatically in the background as you type. Prefer to edit directly in LaTeX? Overleaf provides a full collaborative online LaTeX editor you can switch to at any time.

Short Video Introduction to Overleaf

Interactive Online Introduction to LaTeX

Overleaf offers the following features that ease collaborative research, writing and publishing workflows:

  • Real-time preview of projects to review your document while editing and writing - type on the left and see your finished document on the right.

  • Integrated, streamlined publishing allows you to submit immediately and directly to the journal of your choice with an integrated submission system to dozens of publishing partners.

  • A Teaching Toolkit which allows you to quickly and easily create assignments on Overleaf to send out to students; these assignments can then be completed online on Overleaf and submitted back to you with a single click for marking and review.

ShareLaTeX Joins Overleaf!

Read more about Overleaf and ShareLaTeX joining forces here

Short Video Introduction

Short video introduction to the main features of Overleaf.

Interactive Online Introduction to LaTeX

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

The course was developed for the University of Bristol and the slides are open source and permissively licensed (MIT), so you are free to remix them for use in your own courses.

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