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Brown University seeks insight into research collaboration
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Brown University is engaged in a pilot project to investigate how its library can support scholarly communication. As part of the pilot it is using Overleaf as an authoring and submission tool, which will enable researchers to publish articles directly into the institutional repository.

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The Overleaf Insider - Issue 4
By Mary Anne Baynes

All the latest news and updates from Overleaf, including our new feature releases, new partnerships and upcoming events.

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The Overleaf Insider - Issue 2
By Mary Anne Baynes
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All the latest news and updates from Overleaf, including our new feature releases, new partnerships and upcoming events.

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Stanford University Libraries are sponsoring a one-year free trial of Overleaf for all staff and students
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Exciting news at Overleaf! The Stanford University Libraries are sponsoring a free one year trial of Overleaf for all students, staff & faculty. The Stanford University Libraries includes more than 20 individual libraries, each with a world-class collection of books, journals, films, maps, databases, and more.

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A five-step guide to the Overleaf teaching tools

With our new teaching account you can quickly and easily send out assignments to your students, which they can complete online and submit back to you with a single click.

Here we present a visual five-step guide to getting set up with a teaching account and using the integrated tools to create, distribute and collect your course assignments. We finish with a short video demonstration of all the features in action.

Assignment with one submission

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