Dr. Alaa M. Momani

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Educational Background

  • BSc and MSc degrees in Computer Information Systems
  • PhD degree in Software Engineering

Work Experience

  • Dr. Momani has previous experience in teaching several university-level courses in Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, and UAE where he has been in the academic field since 2005

Certifications and other info relevant to teaching and research

  • Momani has valuable research articles published in international journals and participated in some conferences as an author or reviewer
  • His research interests lie in the area of software engineering, technology acceptance and usage behaviors, electronic commerce, social applications, artificial intelligence, expert systems, and decision support systems
  • Among the courses he has taught are: Software Engineering, System Analysis & Design, Human-Computer Interaction, IT Project Management, IT Ethics, IS Audit & Control, E-Commerce Technology, Database Management Systems, C++ Programming.

Google Scholar:  https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=zHj_2CIAAAAJ

  • Publications

     

    • Alaa M. Momani. (2021). A Modified Technology Acceptance Theory to Assess Social Commerce Technology.  International Journal Sociotechnology  Knowledge Development, 12(3),5.
    • Momani A.M. (2020). Using Multi-Attribute Decision-Making Approach to Evaluate Learning Management Systems. Journal of Decision Systems [Accepted for Publication – Indexed in Scopus Q3, ABDC: B, and Web of Science].
    • Momani A.M. (2020). A Modified Technology Acceptance Theory to Assess Social Commerce Technology Adoption. Information Resources Management Journal [Accepted for Publication – Indexed in Scopus Q3, ABDC: B, and Web of Science].
    • Momani A.M. (2020). The Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology: A New Approach in Technology Acceptance. International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development. 12(3), pp. 79‒98. [Indexed in Scopus Q2]
    • Momani, A. M. (2019). “Theory of Acceptance and Use of Social Commerce (TAUSC Model)”. ISBN 9786139442546, Lambert Academic Publishing, USA.
    • Momani, A.M., Jamous, M.M., & Hilles, S.M. (2018). “Technology Acceptance Theories: Review and Classification”. A book chapter in Technology Adoption and Social Issues: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (Pages 1–16). ISBN 9781522552017, Information Resources Management Association, IGI Global, USA.
    • Momani, A.M., Jamous, M.M., & Yafooz, W.M. (2018). The Influence of Enjoyment Factor Toward the Acceptance of Social Commerce. International Journal of e-Business Research. Vol. 14(2), pp. 76‒ [Indexed in Scopus Q3 and Web of Science]
    • Momani, A.M., Jamous, M.M., & Yafooz, W.M. (2017). Investigating the Behavioral Preferences of the Jordanian Online Shoppers. International Journal of Contemporary Computer Research, Vol. 1(2), pp. 13‒
    • Momani, A.M., Jamous, M.M., & Hilles, S.M. (2017). Technology Acceptance Theories: Review and Classification. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning. Vol. 7(2), pp. 1‒ [Indexed in Scopus Q3 and ERA]
    • Momani A.M. and Jamous M. (2017). The Evaluation of Technology Acceptance Theories. International Journal of Contemporary Computer Research. Vol. 1(1), pp. 50-58.
    • Momani, A. M. (2015). “Easy Way to Evaluate Learning Management Systems”. ISBN 9783639862218, Scholars Press, Germany.
    • Momani A.M. (2012). Impact of the Use of Information Technology in Industry and Management of Tourism and Hospitality. Information Systems & Economics eJournal. Vol. 4(29).
    • Momani, A. M. (2012). “Tourism Information Systems”. ISBN 9781329742468, Lulu Press, USA.
    • Momani A.M. (2010). Comparison between Two Learning Management Systems: Moodle and Blackboard. Information Systems: Behavioral & Social Methods eJournal. Vol. 2(54).
    • Momani A.M. (2010). Web-Based Evaluation System for Learning Management Systems. Information Technology & Systems eJournal. Vol. 2(22).
    • Momani A.M. (2010). An Analysis for the Most Important Features of E-Learning Systems. Entrepreneurship Educator: Courses, Cases & Teaching eJournal. Vol. 5(11).

  • Conferences

    • Reviewer: IEEE International Conference on Smart Computing and Electronic Enterprise (IEEE ICSCEE 2018). July 11-12, 2018. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
    • Organizing committee member: Member of the organizing committee of the “IEEE International Conference on Smart Computing and Electronic Enterprise (IEEE ICSCEE 2018)”. July 11-12, 2018. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
    • Momani, A.M. (2011). Web-based Evaluation System for Learning Management Systems. First International Conference on Computer Science, Engineering & Applications (ICCSEA-2011). May 25~27, 2011. Dubai, UAE.
    • Momani A.M. & Çavuş N. (2009). Computer aided evaluation of learning management systems. World Conferences on Educational Sciences 2009, Near East University, February 4~7, 2009. Nicosia, Cyprus. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 1(1), pp. 426-430.

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