[Athen] LATex Training
Schwarte, David M.
schwarte at purdue.edu
Thu Sep 24 13:06:55 PDT 2020
Thanks for the links. The wiki book looks very helpful. I don't know if the student will want to use Math into LaTex, but I probably will look into it.
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There are several great books out there on LaTeX. I learned primarily through "Math Into Latex" back in the last century. The LaTeX wikibook<https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX> is also a great resource. While not lesson plans, they suggest a good flow/direction for what points to cover when.
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Subject: [Athen] LATex Training
I am working with a student who needs to learn to use LaTex. Does anyone know of lessons or a lesson plan for learning LaTex?
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