An introduction to LaTeX for beginners, designed to help scholars publish papers with the proceedings of the Annual Conference on African Linguistics. The template is built on Language Science Press's Overleaf template, and borrows heavily from the Pomona College Linguistics Overleaf Template.
A template for publishing papers in the proceedings of the Annual Conference on African Linguistics. Provides details on LaTeX formatting of documents specific to our proceedings with Language Science Press.
This is a template on Overleaf intended to be viewed in Rich Text mode. The purpose is to provide a manner of submission to the proceedings of the Annual Conference on African Linguistics that doesn't require authors to know LaTeX. ACAL members submitting through here should consult the instructions on the ACAL website before using this template.
This is not an official template.
It is almost entirely https://github.com/james-kennedy/PlymouthUniThesisTemplate by James Kennedy, which is itself based on https://sites.google.com/site/mcoath/other/latex/uop-latex-stuff by Martin Coath.
I have updated the University logo and added epigraphs.
This template is offered as-is. I do not plan to maintain it, so if the Plymouth University formatting requirements change, then this may be outdated.
This is New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) Computer Science template for capstone seminar project proposals, mid-capstone project reports and final reports. The template is based off the ACM SIG proceedings template.
Azza Abouzied, Nizar Habash, Christina Popper, Saurabh Ray