This is a LaTeX template for class homework assignments. It demonstrates numbered questions with multiple parts and creating lines for students to use when writing their answers.
This template was originally published on ShareLaTeX and subsequently moved to Overleaf in October 2019.
A bare-bones example of a LaTeX document that utilises Markdown for the body text, BibTeX references, and citations in the Harvard 'agsm' format. Designed to provide a low-fuss entry into the world of LaTeX, with as little LaTeX as possible.
Example template developed for the UWL Recording Project class 2019.
Produces documents according to the thesis guidelines of the University of Calgary Faculty of Graduate Studies. It uses the memoir class, which provides very powerful and flexible mechanisms for book design and layout. All memoir commands for changing chapter and section headings, page layout, fancy foot- and endnotes, typesetting poems, etc., can be used. (Memoir is meant as a replacement for the standard LaTeX classes, so all standard LaTeX commands such as \chapter, \section, etc., still work.) Likewise, any of memoir’s class options can be passed as options to ucalgmthesis, in particular 12pt to select 12 point type (11 point is the default).