MUTAH University

About Me

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  • Al Karak - Mutah

" Dr. Abeer Alkhwaldi is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Management Information Systems, Mutah University, Jordan. She received her Ph.D. degree in “Management Information Systems” from the University of Bradford, UK (2019). Her research interests include Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), technology acceptance/adoption, e-government, mobile government, e-services, e-learning, distance learning, HRIS, digital transformation, digital accounting, accounting information systems, perceived security, blockchain, e-payment, m-payment, e-wallet, m-wallet, and FinTech related issues. She participated in many international scientific conferences (e.g., IEEE 12th International Conference for Internet Technology and Secured Transactions (ICITST), University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK) and her research has appeared in reputed international journals (e.g., VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, Journal of International Education in Business (JIEB), Global Knowledge, Memory and Communication, and Leadership in Health Services).


Research Interest

Cloud Computing
Perceived Security
Information Security Compliance
IT acceptance and adoption
Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)
Women entrepreneurship and innovation in developing countries
Internet of Things (IoT)

Published Research

FACTORS INFLUENCING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ELEARNING SYSTEMS IN THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS("ELECTRONIC LEARNING SYSTEM") (EDUWAVE): JORDAN CASE STUDY Journal : European Scientific Journal , Volume : December edition vol.8, No.28 P210-230Publisher : European Scientific Institute, ESI , 2012
ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT SERVICES AND BENEFITS IN JORDAN. Journal : International Journal of Academic Research , Volume : 5Publisher : Sucharitha Publications , 2013
Why Do Users Accept Innovative Technologies? A Critical Review of Models and Theories of Technology Acceptance in The Information System Literature Journal : Journal of Multidisciplinary Engineering Science and Technology (JMEST) , Volume : Vol. 4 Issue 8, August - 2017. P 7962-7971Publisher : , 2017
From e-government to cloud-government: challenges of Jordanian citizens’ acceptance for public services Journal : IEEE 12th International Conference for Internet Technology and Secured Transactions (ICITST). 11-14 Dec 2017, Cambridge, UK. , Volume : P 298-304Publisher : IEEE, SCOPUS Indexed , 2017
Analysis of cloud-based e-government services acceptance in Jordan: challenges and barriers Journal : Journal of Internet Technology and Secured Transactions - JITST. , Volume : 6(2): 556-568.Publisher : Infonomics Society , 2018
Security Perceptions in Cloud-Based e-Govemment Services Journal : 2019 IEEE 12th International Conference on Global Security, Safety and Sustainability (ICGS3) , Volume : 1-9Publisher : IEEE, SCOPUS Indexed , 2019
Crisis-centric distance learning model in Jordanian higher education sector: factors influencing the continuous use of distance learning platforms during COVID-19 pandemic Journal : Journal of International Education in Business , Volume : Publisher : Emerald , 2021
Beyond the Bitcoin: Analysis of Challenges to Implement Blockchain in the Jordanian Public Sector Journal : Convergence of Internet of Things and Blockchain Technologies , Volume : Publisher : Springer International Publishing , 2022
Understanding the Patients’ Usage of Contactless Healthcare Services: Evidence from the Post-COVID-19 Era Journal : In: Papagiannidis, S., Alamanos, E., Gupta, S., Dwivedi, Y.K., Mäntymäki, M., Pappas, I.O. (eds) The Role of Digital Technologies in Shaping the Post-Pandemic World. I3E 2022. Lecture Notes in Computer Science , Volume : vol 13454, 356-373Publisher : Springer, Cham , 2022
Understanding User Acceptance of IoT Based Healthcare in Jordan: Integration of the TTF and TAM Journal : In Digital Economy, Business Analytics, and Big Data Analytics Applications. Studies in Computational Intelligence. , Volume : (pp. 191-213)Publisher : Springer. , 2022


Database Management Systems
Third Year
Systems Analysis and Design
Change Management and Digital Transformation
Systems Analysis and Design
Third Year
Enterprise Information Systems
Second Year
Consulting management
Second Year
Change Management and Technological Creativity
Third Year

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