Towards coping up with technical development in scientific research;
"Undoubtedly, e-respiratory will play a great role in enriching scientific content area", Dr. Alelyani clarified.
The King Khalid University (KKU), represented by the General Directorate of Information Technology (IT), in collaboration with Graduate Studies and Scientific Research Deanship has recently launched e-respiratory system for research. The new system enables the University stakeholders to share their research and scientific output via the University website, and via other global search engines as well, under the name of the school, the department, and the researcher. The Directorate of Information technology seeks, through this development, to cope up with the technical evolution that is taking place in the University, by creating appropriate and effective solutions, and by cooperating with all concerned entities such as the colleges, the teaching staff, and the students of both graduate studies, and Bachelor degree. Users of the new system will find it easy to review and market previous researches, in addition to having the ability to upload their new graduation projects and researches.
The visitor can browse the research list, which is classified according to colleges, departments, and topics.
In details, the new system provides many features to the visitor:
- Latest additions: the system enables the visitor to review the latest additions on the e-respiratory.
- Search: this feature enables the visitor to make a search by many means such as searching by title, date, or by looking at the abstract of the research.
- Browsing: The visitor can browse the research list, which is classified according to colleges, departments, and topics.
- Policies: It is easy for the visitor to have a look on the publication policies via the e-respiratory.
- The e-respiratory enables KKU scholars to upload their researches by logging on, using a special account. The User can have a look on the user manual, which gives a detailed explanation of how to upload a research.