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Tip of the Week: How to Handle Blank Pages in Templates
By Ryan Looney

If you've chosen a template from the gallery for your thesis or dissertation, you might be wondering how to get rid of all those blank pages before the front matter and before each chapter.

oneside and openany in LaTeX source code
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Award-winning high school students document their success using Overleaf
By Shelly Miller

In this article, two award-winning high school research teams—Mechromancers and The Three Musketeeretts—share their amazing success stories and explain how they used Overleaf to document their research projects.

Photograph of the Mechromancers team members at the FIRST World Championship in Houston, Texas
Mechromancers team members winning second place at the FIRST World Championship in Houston, Texas.

Photograph showing The Three Musketeeretts receiving a $5,000 STEM-In-Action Grant
The Three Musketeeretts receiving a $5,000 STEM-In-Action Grant to continue developing their project. Image source/credit: eCybermission 2017 by U.S.Army RDECOM is licensed under CC BY 2.0.
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Tip of the Week: Displaying Source and Preview on Different Monitors
By Ryan Looney

Did you know you can work on the source code on one monitor and preview your compiled document on another?

One project open in two different windows
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Guest Post Feature: How to Keep Up Momentum during the Revision Process
Guest blog post by Sarah Macfadyen, Scribendi Inc.

Founded in 1997, Scribendi is one of the world’s oldest and largest online editing and proofreading companies—providing clients with fast, reliable, and affordable language services. In this post, Sarah Macfadyen, from Scribendi, shares some invaluable advice to help you through the process of revising your article.

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New From Overleaf: A Collection of LibGuides
By Shelly Miller

In this short blog post we announce a new service from Overleaf—the launch of three LibGuides to further strengthen our partnership with academic libraries and the librarian community. The LibGuides platform is used by librarians to collect, curate and share information of relevance and interest to all sections and members of their user community—via an easy-to-use website.

Screenshot of an Overleaf LibGuide
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