Tech Tip Tuesday: Collaborate on scientific papers with Overleaf
Do you want to collaborate with colleagues to write and publish scientific academic papers more effectively and efficiently?
Then give Overleaf a try!
At the beginning of 2015, Stanford University Libraries started a 1-year trial of 10GB Overleaf Pro for all Stanford University faculty, students, and staff. Overleaf, formerly known as WriteLaTeX, is an online collaborative environment that allows you to use create and edit scientific academic papers using rich text (or WYSIWYG) editing or full online LaTeX editing.
Here are some of the great benefits of signing up and making use of your 10GB Overleaf Pro for your projects:
- Choose from a variety of project templates or create your own.
- Online collaboration, rich text editing or full online LaTeX editing
- Real-time collaboration in your browser
- Share and edit protected projects with authorized users. You can add and remove collaborators at any time.
- Real-time preview of projects
- Integrated, streamlined publishing allows you to publish immediately and directly to the journal of your choice with an integrated submission system to over a dozen publishing partners already, with more to come.
What are you waiting for? Sign up today!
Not a Stanford University faculty member, staff member, or student?
Sign up for a free Overleaf account which offers many of the same benefits as the Pro account.