Benefits of eLearning as a result of their Experience!

A group of faculty members and students at King Khalid University, telling some of the tips that reflect the benefits of e-learning as a result of their experience.


eLearning Deanship participated in ''New-Students Program'' 2014

His Excellency King Khalid University President, Prof. Abdul Rahman bin Hamad Al Daoud, in his word to the new students, has confirmed that the university degree requires arming the student with skills, knowledge and abilities acquired during his academic career to keep up with the needs of the labor market. It was declared during the celebration, which was organized by the Deanship of Student Affairs to welcome the new students. The venue was at the university theater. Al-Dawoud explained that the university, including academics and staff, all are in the service of the student in order to achieve University goals, represented in education, scientific research, and community service. He clarified that the University is receiving unlimited support from the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and the Crown Prince and the Crown Deputy. In addition to the Ministry of Higher Education and the Ministry of Finance, which supports generously the University budget. The University President urged the new students to participate in the various activities of the university that will indeed develop their skills and talents. Concluding his speech, he warned of engaging stray segments, and to be as one unit against such stray thoughts, after that the audience watched a visual presentation about the university buildings, including colleges, departments, centers, laboratories and supportive services, as well as gyms. Then, there was a detailed explanation about the regulations and instructions of the university, and what are the services delivered to students. The explanation was presented by the Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Merrai Habash, the Dean of admission and Registration, Dr. Saad bin Mohammed Dajm, the Dean of e-learning, Dr. Abdullah Al-Walidi, in addition to the Dean of Common Programs, Dr. Ali Al Omari. After that, the graduate Nawaf Al-Qahtani presented a message in which he spoke about his academic career.

The celebration was concluded by drawing a number of awards, after that Al-Dawoud wandered around the corners of the exhibition that accompanied the celebration. The tour included visiting the Deanship of Admission and Registration, Student Affairs, e-learning, Information Technology, and the Deanship of Library Affairs.




 

eLearning Deanship participated in ''New-Faculty Orientation Program'' 2014

Learning Deanship participated in  ''New-Faculty Orientation Program'', which organized by Deanship of Teaching Staff and Employees at King Khalid University under the auspices of the University President Prof. Abdul Rahman Al-Daoud.

Mr. Mohammad Al-Jarallah, training manager at e-learning deanship, provided an introductory presentation on the e-learning explaining the eLearning systems and services provided by eLearning Deanship.

The participation of eLearning Deanship in that program where fruitful and highly appreciated by the participants and the organizers.




 

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E-Learning Deanship Announces the Launch of Its Mobile Apps

eLearning Deanship at King Khalid University is pleased to announce the launch of its Mobile Applications for smart phones, tablets and iPad devices to serve University students and faculty members.


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 Note: This is the first version of the Apps and to be developed regularly.


 

Deanship of E-Learning Felicitated the College of Languages & Translation

The Deanship of E-Learning felicitated the College of Languages and Translation for its continuous improvement and successful implementation of the E-Learning system in the college. As an appreciation gesture, the Deanship of E-Learning presented three iPads to the College. These iPads were given to Vice Dean of the College,  Dr. Ahmed Ismail, Vice Dean of the College for Quality and Development,  Dr. Abdul Khaliq Alqahtani, and the Director of English Language Centre, Mr. Abdullah Ibrahim Al Garni for their unending support and making the E-Learning system a success in the College.

Dr. Abdullah Al-Melhi, Dean of the College, extended his appreciation and thanks to his team and E-Learning Unit for attaining a great achievement in the implementation of the E-Learning system. 

Mohsin Raza Khan, Supervisor of the eLearning Unit, said, "without the support and inspiration of Dean, Vice Deans, and the Director of the Center,  this attainment was not possible". He thanked both the Dean of the College and the Deanship of E-Learning for their continuous support.   

On the occasion,  Mr. Abdullah Zubain, E-Learning Specialist, Dr. Khalid Mohanna, E-Learning Team Manager, Mr Ahmed Shaflut, E-Learning Specialist, and Mr. Faisal were present.