A training course on e-tests began on Tuesday 28 Safar, 1440 A.H., corresponding to 6 November, 2018 A.C., at the e-learning laboratory in the College of Business Administration. The course was run by the College of Business Administration in coordination with the Deanship of E-Learning and Distance Education, under the patronage of the Dean of the College of Business Administration, Dr. Ihsan Al-Mu`taz, and the Dean of E-Learning, Dr. Khalid Al-Mutairy. The course was offered by the trainer Dr. Yusry Nabil who is approved by the Deanship of E-Learning. He is also the supervisor of the Active and Interactive Learning Center at the College of E-Learning.
The Course included the display of successful examples and experiments at the College of Business Administration. Dr. Najm Al-Huda displayed his experience in designing different e-tests for the same curricula to every student inside the examination hall, at the same time. Dr. Usamah Badr presented his experience in building question banks. Towards the end of the meeting, a workshop was set up. It included a beneficial discussion on the manner of designing tests for different curricula.
The attendants thanked the College of Business Administration, and the Deanship of E-Learning and Distance Education.