He was in Paris for the fifth and final clash with France however it wasn't in a playing capacity as Ireland secured a 22-20 victory that earned them the RBS 6 Nations title.
It was Jackson's second taste of the RBS 6 Nations having made his debut against Scotland during last year's tournament and also started against France and Italy.
Ireland finished fifth in 2013 before Declan Kidney made way for Joe Schmidt as head coach and Jackson insists there are no hard feelings over Paris - rather the opposite.
"It was good just to be there (in Paris) and to have been involved in the other games. It was a brilliant experience," said Jackson.
"I have come a long way since the Six Nations last year and it is obviously great to be involved in that bit of Irish rugby history.
"I have learned so much over the past two months and Joe has been a massive part of that. He really focuses on the little things.
"And for someone like me, trying to fine-tune my game and trying to get better all the time, he has been brilliant. I am keen to keep learning. I am enjoying my rugby.
"When you look at how things haven't gone well in the past you definitely learn from them and I am sure there are going to be brilliant times in the future and some bad moments too, but you just have to keep learning."