How to study for exams with Jamworks – Boost knowledge & wellbeing in exam season

It’s almost exam season which means for us students stress levels are rising and we need all the study support we can get! Many university students benefit from using assistive technology software such as Jamworks during lectures to take notes and record study content. However, did you know that you can also use Jamworks during […]

The best AI prompts for students – Make the most of JamAI

The introduction of AI study technology has improved the way that students can study and learn at university. AI prompts for students can help you understand complex topics, creative revision materials and ultimately achieve better grades.   JamAI is an AI chatbot feature integrated within the Jamworks app which students can use to aid their […]

How to study efficiently for exams in 2024 – Take advantage of AI

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“New year, new me” is a message we hear quite often when January rolls around. As a student, the academic year typically runs from September to May, so January can feel more like a mid-way point. If since September you’ve been on a steady path with your routines and revision, then this “new year,new me” […]

Jamworks’ AI Tutor: The best AI chatbot for higher education

When you’re a student there is always more to learn and endless questions you can ask. The only problem is that lectures don’t last forever so students can miss out on opportunities to ask questions that hold the answers to better grades and learning experiences. Luckily, Jamworks have developed a valuable solution for this problem […]

Canada Student Grant for Disabled Student Support at University

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Are you a disabled/neurodivergent university student in Canada? Perhaps you are thinking of applying for uni next year? If so, you may be interested to learn more about the disabled student support for university students in Canada. University can be a more challenging and expensive experience for disabled/neurodivergent students due to the additional time, energy, […]

How I use Jamworks to unlock YouTube as a powerful study tool

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As a kinaesthetic learner, I’m always looking for different ways to revise at university to keep my mind engaged and make learning feel like an enjoyable experience. I find that using a variety of apps and softwares which present me with various study methods (flashcards, videos, summaries etc.) helps me to avoid burnout, stay focused […]

How to fill out the DSA1 form (step by step)

Are you a disabled/neurodivergent person applying for or attending university in the UK? If so, you could be eligible to receive DSA. Disabled Students’ Allowance is a non-repayable grant issued by the government to students whose learning is impacted by their disability/condition. There are two ways that you can apply for DSA; either through your […]

How to keep on top of your workload as a university student

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When the initial excitement of moving to university and experiencing freshers week has finally settled down and you reach mid semester, it’s normal to feel the stress begin to hit. Assignment deadlines begin to loom, your workshop partners aren’t pulling their weight on the group presentation and the maintenance loan is quickly disappearing from your […]

Why you should tell a friend to apply for DSA

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Disabled Students’ Allowance is a non-repayable grant issued by the government to disabled and neurodivergent students whose learning is impacted by their condition or disability. You may have heard of the DSA programme before through your student finance application or from fellow students who have been offered support. And if this is your first time […]

Jamworks vs Peer Note Takers

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Studying at college and university can be a challenging experience, and even more so for disabled and neurodivergent students. With over 10,000 students reporting having a disability at university, it is evident that provisions need to be available to support the learning of disabled students in order to provide more equal opportunities for all. A […]