New to LaTeX? If you want to learn more about this typesetting system used for technical or scientific documents (or any other kind of publication), join us for a workshop on the basics of LaTeX. We’ll cover how to structure a document, format equations, use discipline-specific packages, insert and format bibliographies with Refworks, as well as how to use external resources for more intermediate or advanced questions. At the end of this workshop, attendees will leave with a working LaTeX document of their own creation. This workshop will use Overleaf, an online, collaborative LaTeX editor and attendees should register for a free account prior to the workshop. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own laptops, but laptops will be made available. Consider attending the other workshops offered on the same day: Introduction to RefWorks, How to Write the Dissertation/Thesis Proposal in Engineering and Smart Literature Searching for Engineering, or How to Write the Dissertation/Thesis Proposal in the Sciences and Smart Literature Searching for the Sciences.
Presented by: Kevin Hawkins, Asst. Dean of Scholarly Communications, UNT Libraries
Event Date: Saturday, November 2, 2019 from 1:15 to 2:45 pm.
Event Location: Willis 429
PREP Stage: Planning (early, middle and late) Professionalism (early, middle and late)
This workshop has been cancelled.
This workshop will not be live streamed.