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- Learning Mathematics through Writing: Some GuidelinesAuthor(s): J. J. Price

Source: The College Mathematics Journal, Vol. 20, No. 5 (Nov., 1989), pp. 393-401 - What's an Assignment Like You Doing in a Course Like This?: Writing to Learn MathematicsAuthor(s): George D. Gopen and David A. Smith

Source: The College Mathematics Journal, Vol. 21, No. 1 (Jan., 1990), pp. 2-19 - Integrating Writing into the Mathematics CurriculumAuthor(s): Dorothy Goldberg

Source: The Two-Year College Mathematics Journal, Vol. 14, No. 5 (Nov., 1983), pp. 421-424 - Preparing typeset journal articles with LaTeXelsarticle.cls is Elsevier's new document class for typeset journal articles. It is now accepted for submitted articles, both in Elsevier's electronic submission system and elsewhere.
- Author Resources (American Mathematical Society)Includes TeX, book and journal resources
- How to write mathematicsAuthor: P. R. Halmos

Source: L'Enseignement mathematique, t.16, pp. 123-152. 1970. - What is new in LaTeX I: Breaking FreeNotices of the AMS 56:no.1 Jan. 2009
- What is new in LaTeX II: TEX Implementations, Evolution or RevolutionNotices of the AMS v.56 no.5 May 2009
- What is new in LaTeX III: Formatting ReferencesNotices of the AMS v.56 no.8 Sept. 2009

- Chicago Manual of Style - paper versionNote: the 14th ed (1993) is available on the writing shelf at the Math Library
- Handbook of typography for the mathematical sciencespaper and electronic versions available
- LaTeX CookbookSafari ebook, Oct. 2015
- LaTeX TutorialsFound on YouTube where you can probably find more.
- Overleaf (formerly writeLaTeX)Author LaTeX documents using a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor; Free & Interactive Online Introduction to LaTeX

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