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Harish Bhanderi in Engineering has created an excellent generic LaTeX template for writing a thesis.  If you're not familiar with LaTeX, it's worth getting to grips with early on - it's quite a jump from Microsoft Word.  It's a leap that's definitely worth taking.

The Engineering Department also offers a handy guide for getting to know LaTeX.  Spend some time getting ot know LaTeX, and this is what your thesis could look like...

The Boards of Graduate Studies (BOGS) provide details of how your thesis should be formatted and bound


DAMPT provides a LaTeX poster template, although they now direct you towards the 'beamerposter' package, which they say is better


Other writing and presentation resources that might come in useful include:




Last updated on 06-Oct-11 13:30

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