YU Efficiently Implementing E-Learning
As part of the Kingdom’s efforts to control the new Coronavirus (COVID19), and to prevent its spread, the university is successfully implementing E-Learning, providing efficient alternatives to sustain the continuation of the educational process.
Prof. Hussam Ramadan, President of the University, stated that the university successfully switched to e-learning in the first few days of the suspension period, ensuring that the educational process continues effectively with high quality through the university’s Learning Management System (LMS).
The process of shifting the learning methods went smoothly with the support of the university’s Teaching and Learning Skills Development Center, in addition to the use of interactive electronic applications available in smart phones.
Dr. Sultan Alotaibi, Dean of Admissions & Registration and Student Affair, pointed out that the statistics indicate that the total number of male and female students’ attendance reached 43372 during the period of March 9 2020 – March 19 2020.
He also confirmed that the number of remote lectures delivered reached 2083 at a rate of 2213 hours, and the total electronic registration for male and female students was 13357, where the 100% e-learning courses are 411 courses for all university colleges and the postgraduate programs.