27 responses to “Test Out LaTex”

  1. Anber Rana
  2. Madeline Donald
  3. Jason Nisenson

    Hello – here is my link:


  4. Rebecca Ford
  5. Maya Krol
  6. Elliot Montpellier
  7. Ian Harmon
  8. Ciara Zogheib
  9. Nalissa
  10. Monica Henderson

    This was fun!

    Here is my link: https://www.overleaf.com/read/vvhrbyvrnxdj

  11. Esteban Morales

    I loved LaTex! Here is the link to my document: https://www.overleaf.com/read/qfphpsbddkbj

  12. Marie Song


    Really cool but also felt a little weird to work in this format, which is something I’ve never done before. Hopefully I’ll have some time later to fiddle around with LaTex more and get a better understanding of what it’s capable of!

  13. Kaushar

    Here is a link for my test document:

  14. Isabella
  15. Emma MacFarlane

    I had such a good time with this one!

  16. Lindsay Cuff

    I wanted to try out this platform to see if it’s something my students could use to layout their research papers (first year scholarly communications course). I’m someone who has experience with layout and graphic design (Adobe Creative Suite), but I didn’t feel like this was intuitive to me at all! I’m definitely looking forward to digging in more when I have some time.
    Here is my link: https://www.overleaf.com/project/6078a59f25bff653e825e103

  17. Lindsay

    And I did another one to try out using a template for a journal (as a potential aspect of my open pedagogy assignment:

  18. Matt Boivin

    It was fun experimenting with this. Here’s my journal article template: https://www.overleaf.com/read/dtjfmhzkqntc

  19. Maria Gomes
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  22. DS

    My questions are found here:

  23. Olenna Hardie
  24. Erik Christiansen

    It took me a while to get the hang of the syntax, but I republished an old article from my blog…


    I can certainly see the appeal of Overleaf, especially for writing scientific papers. I’m more familiar with Markdown, so I had to adjust this piece (originally published 2019) so dollar signs and hyperlinks would format properly. Using Overlead is something I’m going to recommend to students since the output is so nice.

  25. Jordan Pedersen

    Similar to Erik’s comment above, I’ve worked with markdown and I found the syntax different but the concepts similar to get the hang of.
    My in progress test is here:

  26. Kelly Leung

    I like how neat it is 🙂

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