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There’s clearly a need for introductory courses like these!
It sounds like the UK TeX Users Group will repeat this course later in the year if there’s sufficient demand. Joseph Wright writes:
We are starting a list of interested people in case anyone drops out, and will be looking at holding another course later in the year if there is the interest. So do consider sending a registration e-mail: the more people we know are interested the more likely it is that another course can be organised.
Who to Contact
As before, please email Joseph Wright <firstname.lastname@example.org> with details of your experience with LaTeX and your academic subject area.
You don’t need to be an expert to take part – the course is aimed at people new to LaTeX. The topics covered include:
- Creating a document
- Document structure
- Managing a bibliography with BibTeX
The course only costs £10, so I imagine places will be taken very quickly.
To register, e-mail Joseph Wright <email@example.com> and include:
- Details of your LaTeX experience (if any)
- If you’re bringing a laptop with you to the course
- What your general subject area is (to help plan the course content)
- Any special requirements (diet, access, etc.)
Full details of the course (including the programme) are posted here: http://uk.tug.org/2010/06/17/latex-training-course-using-latex-to-write-a-thesis/.