Overleaf Professional accounts are available for all researchers, including PGRs at the University. Overleaf is the tool of choice for many who would like to use a collaborative, online LaTeX / Rich Text editor for their work or research projects.
In October the Overleaf team ran a session on Using Overleaf for Literature Reviews, and we’re pleased to offer it again this month.
So, if you missed it or are new to University, join the session on Thursday 25 February, 3pm – 4pm. The session will give an overview of Overleaf as well as focusing on how to use Overleaf for Literature Reviews, and will include topics such as:
- How to use Overleaf to draft a literature review and make notes, including adding citations and integrating reference management tools
- How to share work with your supervisor and collaborators for feedback
- How to keep your work organised including version control and drafting journal papers with templates
- How to use and search for journal templates, including popular templates used at UOM
This webinar will be of most use to PGRs and researchers who are new to working with Overleaf.
Register: Using Overleaf for Literature Reviews
Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email containing information on joining the webinar.