STEM Fellowship on Overleaf
Overleaf is happy to partner with the STEM Fellowship to provide our LaTeX authoring tool, resources, templates and training materials to its students.
Overleaf is a collaborative scientific writing, editing and publishing platform based on LaTeX. Think of it as Google Docs™ – but for scientists! You can easily write and collaborate on documents by choosing from any of our 3000 templates, or by uploading your own LaTeX document. As you write, Overleaf automatically composes the document for you – in real-time – showing you what your finished document will look like on the right side of the screen. And you can choose to write in either RichText or LaTeX mode – depending on your preference. Share the document link with your friends and colleagues to enable multiple people to work on the document at the same time.
Sign up for your free account below. Samples, templates and additional information can be found in the other tabs of this STEM Fellowship portal.
Join a community of over 48 authors at STEM Fellowship
If you're new to Overleaf, please watch the short tutorial video below to get a quick overview of the key features of the Overleaf editor and platform. If you're also new to LaTeX, you might want to take a look at our free introductory course.
Once you've watched the video, there are over 3,000 templates and examples freely available in the Overleaf gallery to help you get started.
We hope you enjoy using Overleaf, and if you have any questions please send us a message via our contact form.
FAQ & Help
Who should I contact if I have questions about Overleaf or the STEM Fellowship?
Please use our contact form and we'll make sure your question gets to the right person in our team. You can also direct STEM Fellowship-specific questions to:
Farah Qaiser email@example.com or
Mohammad Hossein Asadi Lari firstname.lastname@example.org or
Ahmed Hasan email@example.com for inquiries about the Big Data Challenge
I'm new to Overleaf, how should I get started?
We've put together a short How do I use Overleaf help page to give you pointers on exactly that :)
What is STEM Fellowship?
STEM Fellowship is a Canadian student-run, non-profit organization that equips the next generation of student researchers and innovators with skills in data science and scholarly writing.
For more details see the STEM Fellowship website.
What is Overleaf?
Overleaf is an online collaborative writing and publishing tool. It allows you to collaborate online with coauthors and greatly simplifies the process of creating and writing a LaTeX document. Overleaf's custom templates allow authors to submit their papers directly to many journals and repositories via Overleaf.
How can I sign up for my free Overleaf Pro Account?
You can sign up for your free Overleaf Pro account by clicking the button in the overview section of this page. You only need an email address to get started.
What's a "Pro" account, and what happens when the free period is over?
At the end of July 2017, you may choose to continue as Overleaf Pro subscriber (current cost $8/mo or $4/mo for students), or your account will revert to the Overleaf Free plan. Any data or papers saved in Overleaf will continue to be accessible.
For more information about the different Overleaf plans, please see this page, and if you have any questions about this please let us know.
Quick links to Overleaf integration guides
- Overview of How to Use Overleaf
- Video Tutorials
- Free Introduction to LaTeX
- Linking your Mendeley account, for quick import of your Mendeley reference library.
- Work offline with Git: how to sync your Overleaf projects using Git.
- See also How to synchronize an Overleaf LaTeX paper with a Github repository (external).
- How to create plots and figures with Plot.ly and import them into your Overleaf projects.
- How to publish your projects on figshare to get an instant DOI.
- How to import your references from Zotero.
- How to setup an auto-backup using Overleaf → Dropbox → BitBucket (external).