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A short interview series on scientific collaboration with Dr John – Part One

Earlier this year I was invited to record a series of video interviews on the topic of collaborative writing and publishing (in the context of science and research) with Donald Samulack of Editage.

Despite my general nervousness in front of a camera (and the fact I had to watch Euan Adie give a great interview about altmetrics before I even began) they’ve turned out rather well!

The first installment has just been published on Editage Insights, and in this interview I talk about how Overleaf can be used as a collaborative cloud-based writing and publishing tool, and how it can provide support to authors and publishers working with various formats including LaTeX.

You can watch the full interview below, and read a more detailed description over on Editage Insights.

If you’re interested in collaboration in science, please drop me a line or get in touch via Overleaf. Look out for the next installment in a couple of weeks!

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