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[edit] Mathematics

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[edit] References and Citations

[edit] Languages

[edit] Document structure

[edit] Formatting

[edit] Fonts

[edit] Presentations

[edit] Commands

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Note: We took a break from running the Campus Challenge in 2018 due to the integration work with ShareLaTeX. You can still see details of the 2017 Campus Challenge below.

  1. Visit the Campus Challenge 2017 homepage
  2. Sign in to your Overleaf account (if you’re not signed in already), or create an Overleaf account if you don’t yet have one.
  3. Add an email address from a university, college, or other higher education institution, and confirm your role and department.
  4. Check your email for a message from Overleaf to verify and complete signup.

Please note that if you’ve not added welcome@overleaf.com to your email contacts list, you may need to check your email spam folder for the confirmation message.

Once you’ve joined, simply head to the Challenge page to keep track of your progress collecting ducks!

For more information and FAQs on the Campus Challenge, please see this help article.