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King Khalid University
جامعة الملك خالد
General Info.
Mail PO Box 3236, Abha, Saudi Arabia
Established 1999
Type Public University
Location Abha, Saudi Arabia
Phone (0096672290992)
Global Membership IEEE.

King Khalid University (KKU) (Arabic: جامعة الملك خالد‎) is a public university in Abha, a city located in the southwest of Saudi Arabia. On July 26, 1998, King Saud University and Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University merged to became King Khalid University. The establishment was enacted by the King of Saudi Arabia, Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz.

== == e-Learning at KKU == [1]

The university offers eLearning at KKU and inculcate learning to more than 70 thousands of students. Coordinating with international standards and sector leading players practices, eLearning in KKU have been approved at three levels: - web facilitated - blended, and - full.

The web facilitated level has already started the second semester of the academic year 1429 - 1430.

== == e-Learning Infrastructure at KKU[2]

The e-Learning Center has a world-class technology infrastructure to support eLearning and eKnowledge processes at KKU. Students, faculty members, and administrators achieve authorized/authenticated access through the center portal to a robust, fully integrated Learning Management System (LMS) and supporting applications and knowledge resources which extracts data from the Student InformationSystems (SIS), and in the future the KKU library, and Blackboard’s e-Portfolio. It also is supported by the Classroom Capture Application, Authoring Tools, e-Assessments, Virtual Classroom Tools, and a highly capable Learning Object Repository (LOR) that can share learning objects drawn from a variety of international open learning resources and content providers.

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