- Posted by Kate on October 6, 2020
We’re pleased to announce that we’ve upgraded our LaTeX compile servers to make TeX Live 2020 live and available on Overleaf! As of October 2020, all new Overleaf projects will be based on TeX Live 2020 - please read the full post for the key information and important changes.
- Posted by Kate on October 1, 2020
When Erik Schön chose to write his book, The Art of Strategy: Steps Towards Business Agility, his research, along with positive feedback from friends and colleagues, led him to Overleaf. He wanted something that would enable him to produce a beautifully typeset document that could be exported and uploaded straight onto Amazon’s print on demand platform, and Overleaf fitted that requirement perfectly.
- Posted by Kate on September 15, 2020
It’s that time of year again when many of us return to work, in a year that has already been different in so many unprecedented ways, many of us are looking at a future of remote learning/working, which can leave some feeling unsure and unprepared for the year ahead.
To help reduce some of that uncertainty, we've collated together some of our favorite learning tools, help topics and fun content to help you perfect (and enjoy) your return to work! We know you don’t have time to learn new tools - so we’ve split the content below into items just for you, and then items you can share with your colleagues and students.
- Posted by Mary Anne on September 14, 2020
In these unprecedented times in which we’re all seeing a huge increase in remote learning and remote working, at Overleaf we’re helping by providing an easy to use, easy to manage, and easy to expand collaborative authoring solution.
Overleaf’s collaborative LaTeX authoring tool is in use by over 6 million researchers, students and authors around the world. It provides organizations with an innovative, collaborative, state-of-the-art authoring solution to help them work smoothly across teams and other research institutions around the world.
- Posted by Kate on September 10, 2020
Remote learning can be very different from sitting in a lecture theatre or classroom. Whilst remote learning gives you a lot of flexibility, it’s important to ensure you have the right learning space, frame of mind and routine to make your learning experience a good one.
As you venture into a new school year, you might be looking at getting ahead of the game and working differently, or just thinking about the adjustments you will need to make. We’ve gathered together our top tips to help you as you adapt to remote learning.
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