LaTex for Beginners Workshop Distance Registration- Online Only - Ian Barba and Shelley Barba
This workshop will be offered through the Zoom/MediaSite platform. You must register to receive email with the link to participate. Registration will close 48 hours prior to allow for sending out emails. You may contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to be added after registration stops.
1. Familiarity with basic LaTeX syntax
2. Familiarity with Overleaf online tool and desktop LaTeX options
3. Creation of basic research document/template
LaTeX is a standard document form for a variety of disciplines, most prominently in STEM areas because of non-standard fonts useful for math, science, engineering, etc. It is significantly different than MS Word and much less intuitive. This workshop covers the basics of LaTeX, including document creation, LaTeX syntax, basic coding concepts, equations and formulas, tables and figures, citations, and formatting. Participants will leave with helpful syntax examples as well as a functional research document/template that they can use to help with future research documents.
Related LibGuide: LaTeX for Beginners by Ian Barba
- Thursday, October 1, 2020
- 4:00pm - 6:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Central Time - US & Canada (change)
- University Library
TTU Library Mezzanine #104
Subjects:Advertising, Classical & Modern Languages & Literature, College of Media & Communications, Communication Studies, Electronic Media and Communications, English, Español, Journalism, Languages (CMLL), Public Relations, Spanish Language, Technical Communications & Rhetoric