WriteLaTeX and BookGenie451 to Partner on new Academic Readership Platform

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BookGenie451 and WriteLaTeX are delighted to announce a partnership to help bridge the gap between academic authors and their readership.

LaTeX workshop in Brazil

Guest blog post by Raniere Silva

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Raniere Silva and Abel Siqueira will be running a workshop on September 27th (it is free) to teach basic knowledge of LaTeX and how to use writeLaTeX to avoid most of the problems that beginners had in the past years and, also, to begin using it to collaborate with others.

Rich commenting is here! Manage your feedback and review on writeLaTeX #BackToSchool
By John Lees-Miller

Following hot on the heels of the integrated reference management tools we released on Monday, we've now launched a rich commenting platform to help you manage feedback and review of your projects.

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For one night only: #FuturePub + #ScholarlySocial + #LdnOpenDrinks triple-header! 23rd Sept, London
By John Hammersley

September 23rd just got even better - we've teamed up with Scholarly Social and London Open Drinks to bring you an amazing three-way event!

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Join us for a great night of science, publishing, technology and drinks (and free pizza!). Tickets are free and space is limited so book your place now.

Import your bibs! Reference management tools now linked to Overleaf #BackToSchool
By Tim Alby

It's that time of year again - a new academic year is kicking off and we're excited to be releasing new tools to help students and researchers manage their projects more easily with Overleaf.

Here's the first #BackToSchool release: integrated reference management tools which allow you to link your bibliography databases to Overleaf.

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