Summer Courses

100K+ User Logins in Fourth Week of Summer School

Source: King Khalid University - Media Center  King Khalid University continues the summer semester online for more than 29,500 students in 653 courses delivered by 594 faculty members. Dean of E-Learning, Dr. Fahad Al-Ahmari, highlighted that during the fourth week of the 2020 summer semester there were 101,612 users logged in, 96,194 reviews, 11,827 discussion board posts, 1,737 viewed files, 2,509 virtual classes, and 55,159 attendees. In technical support, Dean Al-Ahmari explained that the support reports reached 176. In terms of training, the Deanship launched the APPQMR course for faculty members, attended by 19 members, men, and women. Also, 9 guides and training bags were prepared, in addition to a course for students on e-learning skills, attended by 841 students. Of note, the Tamkeen channel achieved 17,132 views.

Nearly 30K Students Enroll in Summer Semester Conducted Online

Source:  King Khalid University - Media Center King Khalid University continues to offer its summer semester remotely to 29,589 students in various specializations, offering 653 courses presented by 594 faculty members in 1678 online classes. Dean of E-Learning, Dr. Fahad Al-Ahmari, explained that in the light of the standards of the learning management system and virtual classes during the second week of the summer semester 1441 AH (15-19 Shawwal), there were 99,401 user, 74,113 evaluations, 6,605 discussion board posts, 3,320 viewed files, 3,181 virtual classes, and 82,138 participants. On the technical support side, Dean Al-Ahmari said that 253 support enquires were received since the beginning of the summer semester. In addition, the Deanship held a workshop on building electronic content on Blackboard for faculty members that was attended by 582 faculty members. It's worth noting that the Deanship's channel "Tamkeen" also continues its efforts to provide educational services, as the number of videos since the beginning of the summer semester reached 275, and the channel achieved 4,578 views in 135 hours and the number of interactions reached 40,437.

Free Summer Courses Offered by the Community Service Deanship

King Khalid University, represented by the Deanship of Community Service, announces the start of registration for free courses catered to females. The courses will be held during the summer vacation at the Abha Laasan Campus. Dr. Omar Bin Alwan Aqeel, Dean of Community Service Deanship, explained that the University seeks to serve its community by offering development courses and workshops to enhance the skills and talents of local residents, which is one of its primary strategic pillars and a national duty. The deanship will be offering courses and workshops that will encompass topics including incorrect behavior towards children, child sexual abuse, and stress management in the workplace. The workshops will not exceed a period of one day and do not require any fees.To register for the following course, click the following link