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E-courses and Integrated Courses

Course CodeCourse Name
Arab 101Written editing

Arab 202

 

Language Practice

Salam 101

 

Islamic Culture (1) "Basic premises in Islamic culture"

Salam 202

 

Islamic Culture (2) "The family system in Islam"


Full e-course definition:

The online course in which (75 -100%) of the number of hours of actual attendance of the course is replaced by electronic content, activities and duties provided through the system, and it requires the availability of full educational content on the system.


Full e-course controls:

  • The student must review the schedule within the course in the Blackboard Learning Management System to know the distribution of the lectures and electronic activities and their times.
  • The student must abide by any regulations or instructions issued during the semester by the college, department, or course professor.
  • The student must review the instructional course in the Blackboard Learning Management System to learn how to deal with the full e-course tools before joining the full e-course.
  • A 50% of the total grades of the course shall be calculated for the final exam, which will be sit personally and explained in the course description within the learning management system (Blackboard
  • Electronic attendance is calculated equally between:

    - Attend virtual classes (simultaneous).

    - Participate in electronic self-assessment activities (non-simultaneous)..
  • All that applies to the regular course of policies and procedures automatically applies to the full electronic course, unless it conflicts with another subject of this type, you can view it through the main page within the course in the Learning Management System (Blackboard).

Integrated Courses:


the collegeCourse CodeCourse Name
EducationPrivate 361 TField experience in autism 3
EducationPrivate 367 TField experience in difficulties 33
EducationPrivate 368 TField experience in difficulties 4
EducationPrivate 368 TField experience in autism 4
Art and DesignTan 121 TStudio A.


Definition of the integrated course Studio A:

The course is taught normally (in attendance), but 20% of the actual attendance hours of the course are replaced by electronic content, electronic activities and assignments provided through the Blackboard learning management system.

Definition of the integrated course (Field Experience 3 and 4)

The course is taught normally (in attendance), but 75% of the actual attendance hours of the course are replaced by electronic content, electronic activities and assignments provided through the Blackboard learning management system.


Integrated Course Controls:

  • The student shall review the timetable within the course in the Blackboard learning management system to learn about the distribution of lectures and electronic activities and their times..
  • The student must attend the first class lecture (in attendance at the university) as it is considered a preparation and clarification of the mechanisms for studying the course.
  • A specified percentage of the total score for the course is calculated on the part that will be submitted electronically and is explained in the course description within the Blackboard Learning Management System.
  • All policies and procedures that applies to the regular course of procedures applies automatically to the integrated e-course unless it conflicts with another article of this type, you can view it through the main page within the course in the learning management system (Blackboard).

For inquiries regarding e-courses and integrated courses, we hope to communicate on the e-mail : dedl-bs@pnu.edu.sa





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