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.



 

The President honored the E-Learning Deanship at the Closing Ceremony of Students' Activities

The Deanship of Student Affairs at King Khaled Ubinersity concluded the student activities on Tuesday for the current academic year. It was under the patronage of the President of King Khalid University Prof. Abdul Rahman Bin Hamad Al-Dawood at the Theatre of the University, University City, Al-Jrigir. 

Before closing, The President honored the E-Learning Deanship and collaborators with the university as well as some outstanding students, faculty staff, Admission and Registration Deanship, and some of the Media Bodies.



 

LockDown Browser™ locks down the testing environment within Blackboard

Respondus LockDown Browser :

The LockDown Browser is an online tool which works within Blackboard to help prevent online test-takers from accessing applications and websites on their computers as well as printing and copying the test while the test is running.

To view a demonstration video on how it works, go to: http://www.respondus.com/products/lockdown-browser/demos.shtml

Why use the LockDown Browser?

In addition to its main function to limit student options for circumventing online tests, the LockDown Browser has proven to be an excellent way to mitigate Blackboard test crashes. When using the LockDown Browser, students no longer have access to normal browser features which can potentially crash a test (e.g. resizing a window, refreshing the page, switching to another application). Students are locked into the test until they submit it for grading.

How do you use it?

To implement the browser, in Blackboard, under your course Control Panel, select Course Tools, and then Respondus LockDown Browser. From there you'll see a list of tests you've already created. Click the button to require that any particular test require the LockDown Browser.

King Khalid University has Received Blackboard "Excellence in E-Learning Award"

In Recognition of Outstanding Accomplishments in the field of E-Learning, Blackboard "Excellence in E-Learning Award" presented to King Khalid University, in Blackboard Middle East Forum 2014, Dubai - UAE which was held on Monday 05-05-2014.

Students from Bishah University visited eLearning Deanship

On Thursday24/04/2014, A delegation from Bishah University visited eLearning Deanship at King Khalid University, in order to get acquainted with the services provided by the deanship for students. Mr. Salih Abuamrah , Mr. Abdullah Rozah, Mr. Abdullah Zubain, Mr. Khalil Alasmi, Mr. Sagheer Aseri and Mr. Ahmed Alasmari and Mr. Mohammed Jarallah ''Training Manager'' Accompanied the delegation on its tour during their visit to the deanship departments.


 

Workshop about MOOCs by Dr. Abdullah Almuhaya at IECHE in Riyad

At The International Exhibition & Conference on Higher Education which was held during the period 18-15 Jumada II 1435 AH, April 2014 (18-15) in Riyadh, Dr. Abdullah Almuhaya ,  Presented a workshop entitled ''Open e-courses of Mass Enrollment at King Khalid University - MOOC''.


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A delegation from King Saud University visited eLearning Deanship

 On Thursday17/04/2014, A delegation from King Saud University visited eLearning Deanship at King Khalid University, in order to get acquainted with the services provided by the deanship for students. Dr. Khaled Mohanna , Mr. Ahmed Alasmari and Mr. Abdullah Zubain ''QM Manager'' Accompanied the delegation on its tour during their visit to the deanship departments.



 

Dr. Salim Alalyani, Received President's Award for Innovation from Arizona State University

For his significant contribution to Empowering Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief with Social Media and Data Analytics, president's award for innovation from Arizona State University is presented to Dr. Salim Alalyani , vice dean of eLearning deanship, by ASU Presedent, Michael M. Crow.


Dr. Abdullah Alwalidi, Dean of eLearning Deanship, and all the Members of eLearning deanship, Congratulate Dr. Alalyani for this great achievement and wish him a continued success.


 

“E-Learning Awareness Day” at the Faculty of Languages & Translation

Under the patronage of Dr. Abdullah Al-Melhi, Dean of the Faculty of Languages & Translation, and Dr. Ahmed Ismail Assiri, Vice-Dean of the faculty,  the eLearning Unit at the faculty organized an “E-Learning Awareness Day” on Tuesday, April 1, 2014 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. 

Mr. Mohsin Raza Khan, the eLearning Unit Supervisor, said, “The aim of the Day is to make students aware of the necessity and effective use of the King Khalid University e-Learning portal i.e. Blackboard.” Mr. Khan mentioned that the students were contacted individually in their respective classrooms by the eLearning team. Training sessions were conducted in the eLearning Lab A/3/1. 

Mr. Mohsin Raza Khan, Mr. Salahuddin Abdur Rab, Mr. Javed Ahmed and Dr. Mohammad Asif Ishfaq conducted the training sessions for students. They focused on the effective use of online tests, assignments, discussion boards and wikis.  

Mr. Abdullah Al-Zubain, the eLearning Specialist, Dr. Khaled Mohanna, the eLearning Team Manager, Mr. Turki Al-Shahrani, Mr. Mahmood, Mr. Nasir Wazir, Mr. Eric Beer, Mr. Hassan Costello, and Dr. Muhammad Osman provided holistic support to make the day a success.