Library and Technology Services now provides Overleaf Pro+ accounts for all students, faculty, and staff. A cloud-based, collaborative LaTeX editor, Overleaf is designed to make the process of writing, editing and producing papers, theses, dissertations, presentations, and other documents much quicker for both you and your collaborators.
Overleaf scores high marks from Lehigh faculty like Computer Science and Engineering associate professor Brian Davison, who has already been using Overleaf for funding proposals and paper writing, both collaboratively and independently.
“Previously, I would use LaTeX packages on a Mac or Linux,” he said. “I appreciate Overleaf Pro+ accounts for the extra storage, the ability to show fine-grained changes and the stronger security model for projects.”
Overleaf Pro+ features include:
How to get an Overleaf account:
To claim your Pro+ account, go to overleaf.com/edu/lehigh, click Sign up, and register using your Lehigh University email address. Be sure to use the email Sign up method. Do not use the “Sign in with Google” option. You’ll receive a confirmation email from Overleaf. After you click the link to confirm your email address, you’ll be asked to set a password.
If you already have an account:
Learn more about Overleaf!
Lehigh Research Computing will hold a seminar on creating LaTeX documents using Overleaf on Thursday, September 27, 2018 at 2:10 p.m. in the EWFM Computing Center, Room 292. Register at go.lehigh.edu/ltsseminars.
For additional information about Overleaf, contact any of the following Lehigh LTS staff:
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