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LaTeX with Overleaf

Date & time
Monday, June 10, 2024
1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Ezra Teboul


This event is free


Webster Library
514-848-2424 ext. 7777



This workshop is open to all. Grad students register with GradProSkills, everyone else can register on this page.

This workshop introduces the basic mechanisms of the typesetting programming language LaTeX as implemented in the web browser instance Overleaf. After demonstrating the concept of a compiled pdf from typesetting instructions, participants will be offered examples for how to include hyperlinks, images, mathematical equations, tables, code snippets with highlighting, and how to program diagrams. To conclude, the workshop will show how LaTeX integrates with any reference manager which can export references to BibTeX or BibLaTeX formats.

Learning Outcomes:
In this workshop, students will:

  1. learn to setup a LaTeX document in Overleaf
  2. learn fundamental skills for writing in the LaTeX typesetting language
  3. Be given an overview of central features for humanists and scientists as afforded by LaTeX
  4. learn where to find documentation for the numerous additional specialized tools included in Overleaf
  5. See how Overleaf integrates with a reference manager via BibTeX files

About the facilitator: Ezra Teboul is a student librarian at Concordia

Graduate student study space at the Webster Library (SGW campus). Lockers can be reserved in this room.
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