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Kgomotso Julian Sebitlo's CV
Kgomotso Julian Sebitlo's CV
Kgomotso Julian Sebitlo's CV. Created with the AltaCV template.
KG
Simple Academic CV [Version 2]
Simple Academic CV [Version 2]
Simple Academic Resume. github repo here. See also the two other version of it.
Sarah Lang
Simple Academic CV [with photo]
Simple Academic CV [with photo]
A simple academic CV / resume template. This is the blog post to go with it. It will also be maintained on this github repo. Note that there is also a version without image available.
Sarah Lang
Simple Academic CV
Simple Academic CV
A simple academic CV / resume template. This is the blog post to go with it. It will also be maintained on this github repo.
Sarah Lang
Headers and Footers Tutorial
Headers and Footers Tutorial
This is an example document to show the use of headers and footers. "Special features" are a fancy header, initially made for a CV template, and a "final footer" which will only appear on the very last page. The tutorial to go with it is here.
Sarah Lang
Hipster-CV
Hipster-CV
This is a CV template written to offer a resume which is visual and modern but also simple in code so it can be easily modified by a skilled user all the actual CV info ("content") is stored in main.tex, so you don't have to go looking for it in some sub-directory I called it the "Hipster CV" for obvious reasons: It's like many hipster-ish CV templates out there and use for strictly academic / very 'classic' applications might not be advisable. It uses the paracol environment for the left column, so this column is an actual column which will continue if you put in content for more than one page. That way, it can be used for multi-page CVs as well (unlike the popular Alice in Wonderland example). This template was largely inspired by this "Twenty Seconds" / Alice in Wonderland CV template. But I tried to improve it in terms of code clarity / simplicity and the fact that the sidebar can continue for multiple pages without repeating itself, etc. This template is available with the following colour options: verylight, pastel, lighthipster, darkhipster, allblack, grey. In terms of being very visual, it owes inspiration to Jan Küster's Infographic-CV. This is a blog post about it. And the github repo where it will be updated, etc.
Sarah Lang
ACM Conference Proceedings "Master" Template
ACM Conference Proceedings "Master" Template
ACM has transitioned to a new authoring template. This new TeX template consolidates the previous eight individual ACM journal and proceedings templates. The templates are updated to the latest software versions, developed to enable accessibility features, and they use a new font set. The new LaTeX package incorporates updated versions of the following ACM templates: ACM Journals: ACM Small, ACM Large, ACM and TOG (also for SIGGRAPH authors publishing in TOG) ACM proceedings templates: ACM Standard, SIGCHI, SIGCHI abstracts, and SIGPLAN All journals use acmsmall with the following exceptions: acmlarge - Large single column format, used for IMWUT, JOCCH, PACMPL, POMACS, TAP, PACMHCI acmtog - Large double column format, used for TOG Note: Most proceedings authors will use the "sigconf" proceedings template. If you are unsure which template variant to use, please request clarification from your event or publication contact. Before using the 2017 ACM consolidated proceedings template, we strongly suggest that you read the TeX User Guide. Authors who plan to use their own packages should read the longer Implementation Guide. More detailed Instructions for Authors are found at http://www.acm.org/publications/authors/information-for-authors. It is important to provide the proper indexing information from the ACM Computing Classification System (CCS). Accurate semantic tagging provides a reader with quick content reference; facilitates the DL search for related literature; enables several DL topic functions such as aggregated SIG and journal coverage areas; and helps ACM promote your work in other online resources. Once your conference proceedings submission is ready, you can use the “Submit to ACM” button at the top of the Overleaf editor bar to quickly download your files. Please then refer to the submission guidelines in the relevant call-for-papers or on the event website for information on where to submit. For support on using these templates, or on LaTeX in general, please contact the Overleaf team -- we're happy to help.
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) - SIGPLAN Proceedings Template
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) - SIGPLAN Proceedings Template
This is a sample file for ACM SIGPLAN conference proceedings, using acmart.cls v1.60 (2019/04/22). It is provided by the ACM as a template for submissions, and pre-loaded in Overleaf (formerly writeLaTeX) for ease of editing online. Please see the ACM Submission Guidelines page for more details on manuscript preparation. Note: Most proceedings authors will use the "sigconf" proceedings template. If you are unsure which template variant to use, please request clarification from your event or publication contact.
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) - SIGCHI Extended Abstract Template
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) - SIGCHI Extended Abstract Template
This is a sample file for ACM SIGCHI extended abstracts, using acmart.cls v1.60 (2019/04/22). It is provided by the ACM as a template for submissions, and pre-loaded in Overleaf (formerly writeLaTeX) for ease of editing online. Please see the ACM Submission Guidelines page for more details on manuscript preparation.
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)