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King Khalid University - Media Center

 

Under the supervision of the College of Applied Medicine in Tehama, Department Head, Tahani Asiri, held a workshop titled 'The Correct Methods to Scientific Research and How to Access the Saudi Digital Library (SDL)'. At the beginning of the workshop, which is part of a series of planned scientific research workshops in Tehama, faculty members and students alike were encouraged to utilize SDL – the largest source of academic information in the Arab world.

 

The workshop consisted of two sessions. The first session was dedicated to the methods of scientific research and was delivered by Dr. Thrwa Yon from the English Department. Dr. Yon discussed scientific research writing methodology, research paper structure, and scientific research significance. The second session introduced the SDL as a platform for books, periodicals, dissertations, conferences, and seminars. Led by Maram Motab, the steps to creating an account, the most important features, and the host of services offered were explained. Shortly after, the Female College of Applied Science in Tehama in collaboration with the Intellectual Awareness Unit, held an open meeting with Dr. Fowaz Abdulateef Kurdi from King Abdulaziz University on the role of families in protecting children from the dangers of misguided thoughts and the impact of social media networks on the behaviors and attitudes of children.

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King Khalid University - Media Center

King Khalid University, represented by the Department of Arabic Language and Literature at the Faculty of Humanities, organized a scientific lecture on Sunday the 5th of Safar 1440 AH titled 'Constructive Doubt in Knowledge and Its Value in Scientific Research'. It was presented by Dr. Abdullah bin Sulayem Al-Rasheed and managed by Abdulrahman Al-Mahsani, Director of the Social Research Center at King Khalid University.

During the lecture, Dr. Al-Rasheed presented a number of scientific, linguistic, literary, and historical issues, which were addressed through cognitive and constructive skepticism and characterized by accurate research methodology. He called upon scientific researchers and postgraduate students to examine knowledge according to scientific, methodological and research frameworks. He pointed out that constructive and useful cognitive skepticism is a high scientific methodological element that results in addressing many issues and correcting many concepts.

Al-Rasheed cautioned attendees not to depend on sources that are not based on scientific or systematic approaches. He asserted that invalid, unreliable, and unpublished works are not reliable sources.

The lecture witnessed a large number of attendees and participants. At the end of the talk, Dr. Kassem Asiri, Dr. Khaled Abu Hikma, and Dr. Ahmed Al-Tahani thanked Dr. Al-Rasheed for his speech and his visit to the university.

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