Building an EdTech Startup: An interview with Emma Warren-Jones
Emma Warren-Jones, co-founder of Scholarcy, shares her entrepreneurial journey and insights on the evolution of the EdTech industry, emphasizing Scholarcy's role in making academic research more accessible and the shift towards direct-to-consumer models.
Study guide series: Using Scholarcy to manage your references
How does Scholarcy help students and researchers to track and store their academic references?
The Future of Women In AI
Addressing the systemic barriers and fostering inclusivity for a more innovative technological landscape. Unveiling the challenges and opportunities for women's leadership and participation in AI.
The Future of AI and Academia: Mushtaq Bilal
In an era where AI is reshaping every facet of life, what role does it play in revolutionising academic writing and research? Discover how Mushtaq Bilal leverages AI to enhance scholarly work.
A professional's perspective on the use of AI tools within the workplace
How do professionals, such as computer programmers, use AI tools in the workplace
An academic's perception on the use of AI within academia and education
An academics perception on the use of AI in academic and education settings. How is the university landscape changing with the addition of AI assistance?
Navigating the 2024 Job Market: A Graduate's Guide in the AI Era
Emotional intelligence, creativity and critical thinking are essential skills in today's job market.
Study guide series: Reading techniques for academic literature
What are the differences between Skim reading, and Close reading, and how can Scholarcy help facilitate both?
AI In The Classroom
The surge in AI usage for education raises questions about academic integrity and learning efficacy, with educators worldwide adjusting teaching methods to integrate technology meaningfully.
Essential Academic AI Apps
AI tools are enhancing academic research by simplifying literature reviews and enabling quick access to reliable information, empowering students and scholars to focus on research.
Sourcing, Screening, and Storing new literature with Scholarcy
Learn how you can source, screen, and store academic literature with Scholarcy
Top Artificial Intelligence Podcasts
Since I began using Scholarcy, I have been researching the rise of AI technology and how it can change the way we learn. One of the most effective ways to stay updated on the latest AI developments, especially when balancing a full-time job or pursuing a degree, is by tuning into podcasts.
Editing With Scholarcy
When I graduated from King's College London, I obtained a Masters in Comparative Literature. Nearly a decade has passed since I collected my degree and AI technology has changed the way we learn. In hindsight, I wish I had Scholarcy as a student to help in summarising, organising and enhancing my research papers.
Balancing Creativity and Theory: An Arts Student’s Story
In higher education, there is often a separation between creativity and academia. We recently caught up with Sophia Proffer, who is in her final year at Leeds Arts University, completing a BA (Hons) course in Fashion Branding with Communication, which includes both practical and theoretical modules.
Challenges with unguided work at university
Students face a range of difficulties when transitioning from high school to university. Moving away from home and the stress of adjusting to a new environment are just two examples. One other major hurdle is tackling the course reading list. New terminology, advanced subjects, the sheer volume of writing - academic texts can be a daunting prospect!
Maximizing Efficiency: A Postgraduate Student’s Story
When it comes to postgraduate research, every resource that helps with systematic screening of the literature, identifying connections, gaps, and the potential for future work is worth its weight in gold. We recently caught up with an inspiring student, Omar Ng, who has undertaken a Master's in Instructional Design and Technology after 20 years away from academia. In addition to navigating the complexities of his Master’s program, Omar also has a demanding full-time job. Time is short, and the challenge of synthesizing vast amounts of information into meaningful insights looms large.