[edit] Overleaf guides

[edit] LaTeX Basics

[edit] Mathematics

[edit] Figures and tables

[edit] References and Citations

[edit] Languages

[edit] Document structure

[edit] Formatting

[edit] Fonts

[edit] Presentations

[edit] Commands

[edit] Field specific

[edit] Class files

Yes, universities all around the world are already using Overleaf for teaching and learning. Students can open & edit their assignments straight from the course website with one click, and teachers can collect submissions for review and marking.

To get started, visit our Overleaf for Education page, or check out the short introductory video below.

You can create links for your own courses using the free Overleaf service, and we can help build a complete solution with our teams package for the classroom. Please contact us for more details via our contact page.