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College of Arts and Science and College of Community in Rijal Alma Launch Talent Magazine

Source: King Khalid University - Media Center The College of Arts and Science and College of Community at Rijal Alma launched a talent magazine to highlight their student creativity and present innovators and entrepreneurs works in coordination with the University's Giftedness, Creativity and Entrepreneurship Center. Dean Seham Alhaidar said: "The colleges embrace the talented students who are the pride of the college and the nation. Our talent department in the college serves to nourish and help our talents flourish in the right direction." Dean Alhaidar added that the magazine was launched under the slogan "Be Creative, to be Different". She noted that the magazine, which is also led by Center for Talent Coordinator, Ohoud Al-Qahtani, discovers and supports talented students based on the keenness of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz and His Highness the Crown Prince, may Allah protect them, and the unlimited attention, support, and care that the leadership gives for the talented. Of note, the magazine focuses on presenting talented students to the community in order to boost innovation and entrepreneurship. The magazine content also focuses on publishing inspiring and motivating stories from the students to keep up with the current requirements and help to achieve Vision 2030.

13K Virtual Classes in Third Week of Fall 2020 Semester

Source: King Khalid University - Media Center The Deanship of E-learning at King Khalid University announced the statistics for the third week of the Fall 2020 semester. The statistics included the completion of 13,202 virtual sessions for 50,782 students distributed across 14,752 sections among 2,654 faculty members, resulting in 534,084 impressions. Dean of E-learning, Dr. Naif Jabali, explained that the current educational process at King Khalid University is electronic. He praised the response of faculty members and students in facing the change to an online learning environment, noting that his team delivered a training course to 369 faculty members on designing recorded lectures. Dean Jabali also noted that the course titled" E-Learning Practitioner" was delivered to 146 faculty members. "The Deanship of E-Learning is eager to offer educational courses on the mechanisms of e-learning. In week 3, we also delivered a training course titled 'E-Learning Skills' 1,829 students," he concluded. It's worth mentioning the Deanship of E-Learning — during the third week — offered services of which 536 were through the phone, 336 through WhatsApp, 7 through the Email, 6 through Zoom and 26 through the Deanship's office. 56% of the services were for faculty members and 44% for students. Of note, the Tamkeen YouTube is approaching 75K views since week 1 of the semester.