**LaTeX**is the friendly face of TeX, a powerful mathematical typesetting engine. You can use it to produce book-quality printed technical material.

- Electronic preprints are available from the arXiv site.
- University Library Catalogue.
- Writing mathematical papers in English, a useful short e-book on writing mathematics (see also the library record)

- Slides of the "How to give a talk" presentation.
- Mathematical Communication and Technology by Harold Boas.
- Plain English
- Google search on writing mathematics
- Suggestions for Giving Talks by Robert Geroch
- The library's guide to citing references and advice about plagiarism.
- University guidelines on producing clear documents.
- Unbearable lectures

- Much more on the LaTeX help page.

Please note that the plotter printers are now in the main
library. They are opposite, and operated by, the IT Service Desk.
Details on how to print posters on large paper are described in
the documents below.

Questions and
comments: Kasper
Peeters