Case Study: Improving LaTeX Accessibility and Ease-of-Use for the Research Community with The University of ManchesterPosted by Jamie on June 17, 2022
The University of Manchester's Research Lifecycle Programme was involved in a long-term project that involved finding multiple ways of enhancing researchers' ways of working. With the aim of enhancing the tools that were available for the research community and better facilitating external collaborations (a substantial amount of collaborations at The University of Manchester are with external universities), Overleaf became the clear solution of choice considering the number of post graduate researchers already using the software and the University's long-term goals.
Growth in the number of external institutions whose members are collaborating with The University of Manchester users via Overleaf.
- Posted by Natalie on January 26, 2022
Overleaf enables our team to collaboratively work out technical mathematics ideas and formulations from quite disparate geographies. This was already important pre-pandemic as my research collaborators can be from all over the world, but the benefits have been further amplified during the pandemic.
– Pari Ram, Research Staff Member, IBM
- Posted by Mary Anne on June 8, 2021
The CFEngine product development, product management and community team used Overleaf to help improve the collaboration surrounding the creation of a very important technical white paper. The white paper compared CFEngine to Ansible in the ways both solutions address the scalability challenge in server configuration.
The white paper was co-authored by Vratislav Podzimek, Ole Elgesem, Nick Anderson and Cody Valle. Vratislav describes the process of authoring this white paper on behalf of the team.
- Posted by Sven on May 31, 2021
We are extremely proud to share the exciting news that Paulo Reis (Overleaf), John Lees-Miller (Overleaf), and Sven Laqua (Digital Science) have been awarded the SIGCHI Best Case Study Award at the ACM CHI2021 Conference for their case study on “Merging SaaS Products In A User-Centered Way - A Case Study of Overleaf and ShareLaTeX”.
- Posted by Kate on October 1, 2020
When Erik Schön chose to write his book, The Art of Strategy: Steps Towards Business Agility, his research, along with positive feedback from friends and colleagues, led him to Overleaf. He wanted something that would enable him to produce a beautifully typeset document that could be exported and uploaded straight onto Amazon’s print on demand platform, and Overleaf fitted that requirement perfectly.
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