Whether you’re writing fiction or non-fiction, a short story or long textbook, these templates and examples provide a fast and effective way to start composing your latest work. All the required components – such as chapters, sections, title pages, glossaries, acknowledgements -- are set out ready for your content. Just open the template and start writing!
This is the writing template for the ``Sprint Beyond the Book'' sessions at SSP 2016. We invite you to join our team of science fiction authors, scholars, digital publishers, journalists, and technologists to write, edit, assemble and publish a book about the future of scholarly publishing on-the-fly in 72 hours.
We will employ a variety of collaborative technologies and explore the idea of writing as a performance. In order to pull off this ambitious plan, we need your help! Please stop by to help brainstorm, write, or edit contributions.
Each concurrent session will confront participants with different provocation about the future of scholarly publishing.
Find out more about the sessions on the SSP 2016 website.
The Legrand Orange Book LaTeX Template
Version 2.1.1 (14/2/16)
This template has been downloaded from:
Mathias Legrand (email@example.com) with modifications by:
CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
Chapter heading images should have a 2:1 width:height ratio,
e.g. 920px width and 460px height.
Ceci est le polycopié de cours du module INF424, qui fait partie la majeure Informatique de la formation d'ingénieurs de Télécom Bretagne ainsi que du Master of Science CSDS (Computer Science & Decision Systems). Il comporte trois parties :
Logique du premier ordre, : systèmes formels, théorie des modèles, satisfaisabilité, normalisation, résolution.
Logiques de description, et en particulier SROIQ.
Sémantique et vérification des langages de programmation.
#9774 Nano Ninjas is a rookie FTC Team consisting of fifteen girls in seventh and eighth grade and is a neighborhood team located in Portland, OR. This is our Engineering Notebook capturing every moment of of FTC journey.
Read more about our amazing project in our story on the Overleaf blog.
This is a big, detailed report at 300+ pages, so give it a few seconds to load! :-)
This template creates a dictionary with a two-column layout and clear headings delimiting different letters. The header on each page contains the first and last word on that page, making for easy navigation. Converting your current dictionary information to use in this template is easy as a single command specifies the addition of each word. By default, this line has four arguments for the: word, pronunciation, classification and definition. Each can be customized as required (e.g. bold, italic, sans-serif, etc) or other arguments can be added. When you want to add your own content in bulk, simply write a regular expression to split it into these arguments and copy it into the template.
This template has been downloaded from LaTeXTemplates.com
Vel (firstname.lastname@example.org) inspired by a template by Marc Lavaud
CC BY-NC-SA 3.0