WHAT'S ABOUT THE CONFERENCE / what's going on there come and learn

The International Conference on Information Systems and Intelligent Applications (ICISIA 2022) is established to be one of the leading international conferences in Information Systems. The conference brings together information systems academics, scholars, researchers, and practitioners from academia and industry to discuss cutting-edge research in information systems and intelligent applications. ICISIA 2022 aims to discuss the fundamental and innovative topics in information systems and their societal impact on individuals and organizations. It mainly focuses on the role of Artificial Intelligence in Organizations, Human-Computer Interaction, IS in Education and Industry, IS Security, Privacy, and Trust, and the Recent Advances in IS Methods, Theories, and Philosophy.

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Tracks And Topics

Track 1: Artificial Intelligence in Organizations

  • Data Science in Organizations
  • Robotics in Organizations
  • AI in Project Management and Outsourcing
  • AI in Strategy, Leadership, and Governance
  • AI and Knowledge Management
  • AI and Business Intelligence
  • AI for Sustainable Development
  • AI, Analytics, Blockchain, IoT, and Enterprise Systems
  • Data and Text Mining for Business Analytics
  • Computational Social Science

Track 2: Human-Computer Interaction

  • User Experience, Attitudes, and Perceptions
  • User Behavior, Engagement, and Consequences
  • Technology Adoption/Acceptance
  • Technology Continuous Intention
  • Technology Deployment and Innovation
  • Human-Robot Interactions
  • Human-Vehicle Interactions
  • IS Adoption During and Beyond COVID-19

Track 3: Information Systems in Education

  • E-Learning / M-Learning / B-Learning
  • Learning Management Systems
  • Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
  • Augmented Reality in Education
  • Virtual Reality in Education
  • Chatbots and Dialog Systems in Education
  • Wearable Technologies in Education
  • Voice Assistants in Education
  • Robotics in Education
  • Blockchain Technology in Education
  • Internet of Things (IoT) in Education
  • Learning Analytics

Track 4: Information Systems in Industry

  • IS in Healthcare
  • Telehealth Applications and their Impacts
  • IS in Marketing
  • Accounting Information Systems
  • IS in Sustainable Development
  • Smart Cities for Sustainable Development
  • Green IS and Sustainability
  • Strategies and Policies for Digital Sustainability
  • E-Government in a Digitized Society
  • Digital and Mobile Applications
  • Social Media and Societal Impact
  • Digital Transformation

Track 5: Information Systems Security, Privacy, and Trust

  • Cybersecurity Behavior
  • Cybersecurity Resilience
  • Cybersecurity Ethics
  • Information Security Policy and Compliance
  • Digital Forensics
  • IoT Security and Privacy
  • Strategies of IS Security and Privacy
  • Information Security Threats
  • Societal Impacts of IS Security and Privacy
  • Digital Crime and Solutions
  • Cross-Cultural Issues in IS Security and Privacy

Track 6: Advances in IS Methods, Theories, and Philosophy

  • IS Theory Development
  • Revising and Reshaping IS Theories and Models
  • Mixed Methods in IS Research
  • Alternative Analytical Approaches in IS Research and Innovation
  • Cross-Cultural Studies in IS Adoption
  • Environmental and Ethical Considerations in IS Implementation and Adoption
  • Critiques of Existing Methods used in IS
  • Novel Research Methods in IS
  • Challenges in IS Research

Keynote Speakers / what's going on there come and learn

Prof. Wim Vanhaverbeke

University of Antwerp, Belgium

Editor-in-Chief: Technovation (IF: 6.606)

Prof. Charla Griffy-Brown

Pepperdine University, USA

Editor-in-Chief: Technology in Society (IF: 4.192)

Prof. Miguel Nussbaum

Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Chile

Co-editor: Computers & Education (IF: 8.538)

Prof. Marko Sarstedt

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany

Department Editor: Journal of Business Economics

Prof. T. Ramayah

Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

Chief Editor: Asian Academy of Management Journal

Important Dates

Full Paper Submission:                 15/02/2022  31/03/2022 (Extended)

Notification of Acceptance:          15/04/2022

Camera Ready Submission:          01/05/2022

Registration Deadline:                    01/05/2022

Paper Submission

All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. All accepted full papers will be invited to give the oral presentation at the conference and be published in the ICISIA 2022 proceedings.

Manuscripts should be written in English with a single-column, single-space format. Each newly submitted paper should be 10 pages including figures and references. The format to submit the papers is available at (Template for authors). All submitted papers will be judged based on their quality by the technical committee.

The main submission guidelines are:

  1. Prepare your paper based on (Template for authors’ format).
  2. Submit your paper online using ICISIA 2022 Easychair account (Paper submission via Easychaier).
  3. ICISIA 2022 submissions are required to be double blind (anonymous submissions). In order for the paper to be reviewed, please remove the authors names and affiliations from the paper and upload the pdf file to your Easychair account.
  4. The number of pages should not exceed 10 pages to avoid extra page charges.

Publication

All accepted and registered papers will be published in Springer Book Series: “ Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems ”. The series is Indexed by SCOPUS, INSPEC, WTI Frankfurt eG, zbMATH, SCImago. All books published in the series are submitted for consideration in Web of Science.

REGISTRATION / Registration Guideline

Registration Guidelines

1. Download the following files:

• Camera Ready Paper Template (Click to download) 

• Table of Corrections Template  (Click to download) 

Copyright Form (Click to download)

2. Revise your paper by taking all the suggestions and comments of the reviewers into account. 

3. Update your existing submission in the EasyChair system by uploading the following files: 

  1. Camera Ready Paper (.DOCX)
  2. Signed Copyright Form (.PDF)
  3. Revised paper (Highlighted in yellow) (.DOCX)
  4. Payment proof (.PDF)
  5. Student ID (In case of student registration) (.PDF)
  6. Table of corrections made to your paper according to the suggestions and comments of the reviewers (.DOCX).

4. The deadline to complete the registration and submit all the above files is May 01 2022. All Camera-Ready Papers submitted after this deadline will not be considered for publication in the Springer book series.

5. By May 01, 2022, at least one of the authors must fill in the registration form below and make the conference fee payment according to the ICISIA 2022 fee structure.

imageICISIA 2022 Registration Form
 

Payment Details

Bank Transfer:

Beneficiary Name: GOAXIA SDN. BHD.
 Bank Account No: 8603188392
 Beneficiary Bank: CIMB BANK BERHAD
 Bank Branch: CIMB Bank - Bandar Baru Seri Petaling
 Beneficiary Address: 28, Jalan Radin Tengah, Taman Seri Petaling, 57000, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
 Beneficiary SWIFT Code: CIBBMYKL

PayPal:

Please request the PayPal details from the secretariat at: icisia@asrin.org

Notes: 
 1. You need to include a PayPal transaction fee: 5.4% of the conference paper fee in your payment for each transaction using PayPal.
 2. If you need a proforma invoice to make the payment, please fill in the Invoice Requesting Form.

imageInvoice Requesting Form
 

Important Notes

  • Registration is only confirmed when full payment is received.
  • At least one author must register before the registration deadline for each accepted paper.
  • Students are requested to submit a valid Student ID during the online registration.
For inquiries about the payment method, don't hesitate to get in touch with icisia@asrin.org \

Conference Fees

Category 

Registration Fees

Student

USD 120 or RM 510

Staff

USD 150 or RM 640

The normal number of pages is 10, and the maximum number of pages is 15 with extra (USD 10) or (RM 40) per page.

(Note: the paper must be in Springer style).

Organizing Committee

 

Prof. Khaled Shaalan

The British University in Dubai,

Dubai, UAE

Dr. Mostafa Al-Emran

The British University in Dubai
Dubai, UAE

Biography

Dr. Mohammed A. Al-Sharafi

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Conference Tracks Chairs

ICISIA 2022 Tracks Chairs

  • Associate Professor Dr. Abdallah Namoun, Islamic University of Medina, KSA
  • Associate Professor Dr. Ali Tarhini, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
  • Associate Professor Dr. Cham Tat Huei, UCSI University, Malaysia
  • Associate Professor Dr. İbrahim Arpacı,  Bandirma Onyedi Eylul University, Turkey
  • Dr. Adi A. Alqudah, The British University in Dubai, UAE
  • Dr. Amr Yassin,  Ibb University,   Yemen
  • Dr. Heider Wahsheh, King Faisal University, KSA
  • Dr. Kamal Karkonasasi, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia
  • Dr. Khalid Adam, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia

Scientific Committee

ICISIA 2022 Scientific committee

  • Abdallah Namoun, Islamic University of Medina, Saudi Arabia.
  • Abdullah Nasser, University of Vaasa, Finland.
  • Abdulmajid Mohammed Aldaba, International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia.
  • AbdulRahman Al-Sewari, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia.
  • Ahmed M. Mutahar, Management and Science University, Malaysia.
  •  Aisyah Ibrahim, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia.
  • Akhyari Nasir, University College TATI, Kemaman, Terengganu, Malaysia.
  • Alaa A. D. Taha, University of Mosul, Iraq.
  • Ali Nasser Ali AL-Tahitah, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia, Malaysia.
  • Ali Qasem Saleh Al-Shetwi, Fahad Bin Sultan University, Saudi Arabia.
  • Ameen A. Ba Homaid, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia.
  • Amir A. Abdulmuhsin, University of Mosul, Iraq.
  • Amr Abdullatif Yassin, Ibb University, Yemen.
  • Baraq Ghaleb​, Edinburgh Napier University, UK.
  • Basheer Mohammed Al-haimi, Hebei University, Boading, China.
  • Bokolo Anthony Jnr, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway.
  • Dalal Abdulmohsin Hammood, Middle Technical University, Iraq.
  • Eissa M. Alshari, Ibb University, Yemen.
  • Fadi A.T. Herzallah, Palestine Technical University – Kadoorie, Palestine.
  • Fathey Mohammed, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia.
  • Garry Wei Han Tan, UCSI University, Malaysia.
  • Gonçalo Marques, Universidade da Beira Interior, Portugal.
  • Hasan Sari, Universiti Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia.
  • Heider A. M. Wahsheh, King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia.
  • Hussam S. Alhadawi, Dijlah university college, Iraq.
  • Hussein Mohammed Esmail Abu Al-Rejal, University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia.
  • Ibrahim Arpaci, Gaziosmanpasa University, Turkey.
  • Joseph Ng, UCSI University, Malaysia.
  • Joshua A. Abolarinwa, Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia.
  • Kamal Mohammed Alhendawi, Al-Quds Open University. Faculty of Management, Palestine.
  • Kamal Karkonasasi, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia.
  • Khaled Shaalan, The British University in Dubai, ​ UAE.
  • Marwah Alian, Hashemite University, Jordan.
  • Marwan Saeed Saif Moqbel, Ibb University, Yemen
  • Mikkay Wong Ei Leen, Sunway University, Malaysia.
  • Mohamed Elwakil, University of Cincinnati, USA.
  • Mohammed A. Al-Sharafi, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia.
  • Mohammed A.Alsaih, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.
  • Mohammed Ahmed Talab, Almaarif university college, Iraq.
  • Mohammed Adam Kunna Azrag, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Malaysia.
  • Mohammed N. Al-Kabi, Al Buraimi University College, Oman.
  • Mostafa Al-Emran, The British University in Dubai, ​ UAE.
  • Mukhtar A. Kassem, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia.
  • Nejood Hashim Al-Walidi, Sanaa University, Yemen.
  • Noor Akma Abu Bakar, Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TARC), Malaysia.
  • Noor Al-Qaysi, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia.
  • Noor Suhana Sulaiman, University College TATI, Kemaman, Terengganu, Malaysia.
  • Osama Mohammad Aljarrah, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA.
  • Osamah A. M. Ghaleb, Mustaqbal University, Saudi Arabia.
  • Qasim AlAjmi, A’ Sharqiyah university- Oman.
  • Samer Ali Alshami, Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, Malaysia.
  • Taha Sadeq, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia
  • Tang Tiong Yew, Sunway University, Malaysia.
  • Vitaliy Mezhuyev, FH JOANNEUM University of Applied Sciences, Austria.

Conference Program / Schedule

   

Note: All times in UTC (GMT)


Day 1: Friday, July 1st, 2022

Please register in advance for this meeting:

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYqce2vrjojHN1UFiZXF-QMGqpZRRIvh_cb

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


07:00 – 07: 15: Opening and Welcome Messages by the ICISIA 2022 General Chair

07:15 – 08: 00: Keynote Speech 1 by Prof. Marko Sarstedt, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany

Title: Progress in the Use of PLS-SEM: What Information Systems can Learn from Marketing


Time

Parallel Sessions 1


08:00-10:00


Sessions 1A (Hall 1)

Sessions 1B (Hall 2)


Artificial Intelligence in Organizations

Human-Computer Interaction


6 papers

6 papers


10:00 – 10: 15 - Session Break


Time

Parallel Sessions 2


10:15-12:15


Sessions 2A (Hall 1)

Sessions 2B (Hall 2)


Information Systems in Education

Information Systems in Industry


7 papers

7 papers


12:15-13:00: Keynote Speech 2 by Prof. Miguel Nussbaum, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Chile

Title: High Order Thinking Skills. Today's need


13:00 – 13:15 Session Break


Time

Parallel Sessions 3


13:15-14:45

Sessions 3A (Hall 1)

Sessions 3B (Hall 2)


Information Systems Security, Privacy, and Trust

Advances in Information Systems


6 papers

6 papers


14:45-15:30 Keynote Speech 3 by Prof. T. Ramayah, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

Title: Improving Rigor in Empirical Research: An Updated Guideline


Day 2: Saturday, July 2nd, 2022

Please register in advance for this meeting:

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAsde6orTIvH90oA0UbxK1BRFSl8Hr4VNoM

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


07:00-07:15 Opening and Welcome Message

07:15 – 08: 00 Keynotes Speech 4 by Prof. Wim Vanhaverbeke, University of Antwerp, Belgium

Title: Digital technologies, new business models, and ecosystem management


Time

Parallel Sessions 4


08:00 –

10: 00

Sessions 4A (Hall 1)

Sessions 4B (Hall 2)


Information Systems in Education

Information Systems in Industry


7 papers

7 papers


10:00 – 10:15 Session Break


Time

Parallel   Sessions 5


10:15-12:15

Sessions 5A (Hall 1)

Sessions 5B (Hall 2)


Information Systems Security, Privacy, and Trust

Artificial Intelligence in Organizations


5 papers

5 papers


12:30-13:15: Keynote Speech 5 by Prof. Charla Griffy-Brown, Pepperdine University, USA
Title: Making Better Risk Decisions in a New Technological Environment


13:30-14:00: Awards & Closing Ceremony


 

Sessions Schedule / ICISIA 2022 Presentations Schedule

Note: All times in UTC (GMT)

1st Day: Friday, July 1st

You are invited to a Zoom meeting.

When: Jul 1, 2022, 07:00 Universal Time UTC

Please register in advance for this meeting:

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYqce2vrjojHN1UFiZXF-QMGqpZRRIvh_cb

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

07:00-07:15

Session: Opening Ceremony

07:15-08:00

Keynote Speech by Prof. Marko Sarstedt, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany

Title: Progress in the Use of PLS-SEM: What Information Systems can Learn from Marketing

08:00-10:00

Session 1A: Artificial Intelligence in Organizations

Time

Paper ID

Authors / Title

08:00-08:15

88

Heider Wahsheh and Abdulaziz Saad Albarrak.

Sentiment Analysis Online Tools: An Evaluation Study

08:15-08:30

43

Nishant Kumar, Ranjana Dinkar Raut, Kamal Upreti, Mohammad Shabbir Alam, Mohammed Shafiuddin, and Manvendra Verma.

Environmental Concerns in TPB Model for Sustainable IT Adoption

08:30-08:45

66

Zufara Arneeda Zulfakar, Fitriya Abdul Rahim, Ching Yat Ng, Hon Mun Lam and Tat Huei Cham.

Say Aye to AI: Customer Acceptance and Intention to Use Service Robots in the Hospitality Industry

08:45-09:00

19

Bilal Eneizan, Tareq Obaid, Ahmed Y Mahmoud, Samy S Abunaser, Kashif Arif and Ahmed Ali.

Acceptance of Mobile Banking In The Era of COVID-19.

09:00-09:15

8

Aznida Wati Abdul Ghani, Abdul Hafaz Ngah and Azizul Yadi Yaacob.

Why should I continue using it? Factors influencing continuance intention to use e-wallet: the S-O-R framework.

09:15-09:30

39

Khin Hayman Oo. Comparing Accuracy between SVM, Random Forest,

K-NN Text Classifier Algorithms for Detecting Syntactic Ambiguity in Software Requirements

08:00-10:00

Session 1B: Human-Computer Interaction

Time

Paper ID

Authors / Title

08:15-08:30

89

Siti Farah Hussin, Mohd Faizal Abdollah, and Ibrahim Ahmad.

Acceptance of IoT Technology for Smart Homes: A Systematic Literature Review

08:30-08:45

93

Fatima Ezzahra Ouboutaib, Abdellatif Aitheda and Soumiya Mekkaoui.

Digital Sweetness: Perceived Authenticity, Premium Price, and its Effects on User Behavior.

08:45-09:00

52

Ahmed F. S. Abulehia, Norhaiza Bt. Khairudin and Mohd Hisham Mohd Sharif.

Factors Influencing the Intention to Adopt Big Data in Small Medium Enterprises.

09:00-09:15

63

Junaid Siddique, Amjad Shamim, and Muhammad Farrukh Abid.

Consequences of Customer Engagement Valence in Online Shopping: A conceptual model

09:15-09:30

67

Ling Chai Wong, Poh Kiong Tee, Chia Keat Yap and Tat Huei Cham.

Examining Intentions to Use Mobile Check-In for Airlines Services: A View from East Malaysia Consumers

08:00-08:15

36

Mei Peng Low and Siew Yen Lau.

An Insight of the Nexus between Psychological Distress and Social Network Site Needs

10:15-12:15

Session 2A: Information Systems in Education

Time

Paper ID

Authors / Title

10:15-10:30

48

Samar Ibrahim and Khaled Shaalan.

Systematic review of Knowledge Management Integration in Higher Educational Institution with an Emphasis on a Blended Learning Environment

10:30-10:45

33

Lubna Mohammed and Musheer Aljaberi.

Perception of Word-Initial and Word-Final Phonemic Contrasts Using An Online Simulation Computer Program by Yemeni Learners of English as a Second Language in Malaysia

10:45-11:00

42

Dam Tri Cuong.

BMA Approach for University Students’ Entrepreneurial Intention

11:00-11:15

68

Wafaa Elsawah and Rawy Thabet.

The Effectiveness of Tynker Platform in Helping Early Ages Students to Acquire the Coding Skills Necessary for 21st Century

11:15-11:30

74

Qasim Alajmi.

The adoption of Cloud-Based E-Learning in HEIs with the mediation of Information culture factors: A Conceptual Framework using DOI & FVM

11:30-11:45

64

Wang Shengqi and Nazarudin Mohamad Nizam.

Research on the application of virtual reality technology in the teaching of sports technology in colleges and universities

11:45-12:00

55

Azza Alawadhi, Rawy Thabet and Eman Gaad.

Undergraduate Students’ Attitudes towards Remote Learning during COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case Study from the UAE

10:15-12:15

Session 2B: Information Systems in Industry

Time

Paper ID

Authors / Title

10:15-10:30

4

Saeed Barzegari, İbrahim Arpacı and Zohreh Hosseini Marznaki.

Determining Factors Affecting Nurses’ Acceptance of a Hospital Information System Using a Modified Technology Acceptance Model 3

10:30-10:45

5

Hasti Mehdinezhad, İbrahim Arpacı, Meisam Rahmani, Toomaj Vahidafshar and Saeed Barzegari.

Psychometric properties and validation of a Persian version of the Health Information Technology Usability Evaluation Scale

10:45-11:00

104

Muaath Alzakwani, Ghaleb Al Ghafri, Faisal Al Maqbali, Sadaf Sadeq and Ali Tarhini.

FACTORS AFFECTING STUDENTS BEHAVIROAL INTENTION TOWARDS USING E-LEARNING DURING COVID-19: A PROPOSED CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

11:00-11:15

35

Ahmed Elmashtawy and Mohamed Salaheldeen.

Big Data and Business Analytics: Evidence from Egypt

11:15-11:30

95

Naveenam Mayyalgan, Mazlina Abdul Majid, Muhammad Zulfahmi Toh, Noor Akma Abu Bakar, Ali Shehadeh and Mwaffaq Otoom.

Mobile-based Green Office Management System Dashboard for Sustainable Organization

11:30-11:45

6

Balan Rathakrishnan, Soon Singh Bikar Singh, Azizi Yahaya, Mohammad Rahim Kamaluddin, Noor Hassline Mohamed, Anath Rau Krishnan and Zaizul Ab Rahman.

The Influence of Social Media Use on Social Connectedness Among University Students

11:45-12:00

16

Syed Quaid Ali Shah, Fong-Woon Lai and Muhammad Kashif Shad.

Moderating Effect of Managerial Ownership on the association between intellectual Capital and Firm Performance: A Conceptual Framework

12:15-13:00

Keynote Speech 2 by Prof. Miguel Nussbaum, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Chile

Title: High Order Thinking Skills. Today's need

13:15-14:45

Session 3A: Information Systems Security, Privacy, and Trust

Time

Paper ID

Authors / Title

13:15-13:30

86

Mustafa Omer Mustafa, Nahla Mohammed Elzein and Zeinab M. Sedahmed.

Analysis of Data Mining Algorithms for Predicting Rainfall, Crop, and Pesticide Types on Agricultural Datasets

13:30-13:45

53

Sara Sedrani, Naema Alsuwaidi, Meera Alblooshi, Alia Alaryani, Iman Alhammadi and Deepa Pavithran.

Low-Cost Home Intrusion Detection System: Attacks and Mitigations

13:45-14:00

21

Yahya Almurtadha, Mukhtar Ghaleb and Ahmed Saleh.

Sentiment Analysis to Extract Public Feelings on Covid-19 Vaccination

14:00-14:15

49

Saeed Aleisaei, Mouza Al Hammadi, Maryam Al Hammadi, Khamis Aljneibi and Deepa Pavithran.

Comparative Analysis of USB and Network based Password cracking tools

14:15-14:30

57

Yousuf Saif Al-Hasani, Jasni Mohamad Zain and Mohammed Adam Kunna Azrag.

Relationship between Consumer's Social Networking Behavior and Cybercrime Victimization Among the University Students

14:30-14:45

62

Dr. Anum Zahra, Haris Hussain, Muhammad Masham, Rana Faryyad Ali, Shahid Iqbal and Kinza Arshad.

Application of Fractional Derivatives in Characterization of ECG graphs

13:15-14:45

Session 3B: Advances in Information Systems

Time

Paper ID

Authors / Title

13:15-13:30

108

Yasir Mohamed and Amna Omer Mohamed.

An Approach to Enhance Quality of Services Aware Resource Allocation in Cloud Computing

13:30-13:45

92

Diogo Carvalho.

Nautical digital platforms with navigator-generated content: An analysis of human-computer interaction

13:45-14:00

70

Tat-Huei Cham, Eugene Cheng-Xi Aw, Garry Wei-Han Tan and Keng-Boon Ooi.

Social Media Co-creation Activities among Elderly Consumers: An Innovation Resistance Perspective

14:00-14:15

69

Farah Waheeda Jalaludin, Fitriya Abdul Rahim, Tai Lit Cheng and Cham Tat Huei.

Spreading Faster Than the Virus: Social Media in Spreading Panic Among Young Adults in Malaysia

14:15-14:30

28

Mohammed Al-Awlaqi, Maged Barahma, Tawfiq Basrda and Ali Al-Tahitah. The effect of B-learning adoption on the evolution of self-regulation skills: a longitudinal study on a group of private universities' freshman students

14:30-14:45

34

Alaa S. Jameel, Aram Hanna Massoudi and Abd Rahman Ahmad.

Motivation elements of Online Knowledge Sharing among employees; Evidence from banking sector

14:45-15:30

Keynote Speech 3 by Prof. T. Ramayah, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

Title: Improving Rigor in Empirical Research: An Updated Guideline

Note: All times in UTC (GMT)

2nd Day: Saturday, July 2nd 

You are invited to a Zoom meeting. 

When: Jul 1, 2022, 07:00 Universal Time UTC 

 

Please register in advance for this meeting:

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

07:00-07:15

Opening and Welcome Message

07:15-08:00

Keynotes Speech 4 by Prof. Wim Vanhaverbeke, University of Antwerp, Belgium

Title: Digital technologies, new business models, and ecosystem management

08:00-10:00

Session 4A: Information Systems in Education

Time

Paper ID

Authors / Title

08:00-08:15

96

Syahier Aqif Bin Sabri, Mazlina Abdul Majid, Ali Shehadeh and Abdul Rehman Gilal. 

A Mobile Application for Room Booking and Indoor Navigation

08:15-08:30

18

Tareq Obaid, Bilal Eneizan, Samy Abunaser, Ahmed Mahmoud and Hussein Abualrejal. 

Factors Affecting Students’ Adoption Of E-Learning Systems During COVID-19 Pandemic: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach

08:30-08:45

83

Ling Chai Wong, Poh Kiong Tee, Tat Huei Cham and Ming Fook Lim.

 Online Learning During Covid-19 Pandemic: A View of Undergraduate Student Perspective in Malaysia

08:45-09:00

61

Hou Na and Samsir Md. Safwan. 

Application and Exploration of Virtual Reality Technology in the Teaching of Sports Anatomy

09:00-09:15

20

Abdelbaset Almasri, Tareq Obaid, Samy Abunaser, Ahmed Mahmoud, Bilal Eneizan and Hussein Abualrejal. 

Mining Educational Data to Improve Teacher's Performance

09:15-09:30

90

Mikkay Wong Ei Leen, Nasir Abdul Jalil, Narishah Mohamed Salleh and Izian Idris.

 Dropout Early Warning System (DEWS) in Malaysia’s Primary and Secondary Education: A Conceptual Paper

09:30-09:45

23

Amr Yassin, Norizan Abdul Razak and Tg Nor Rizan Tg Mohamad Maasum. Effectiveness of Face-to-Face Computer Assisted Cooperative Learning in Teaching Reading Skills to Yemeni EFL Learners: Linking Theory to Practice

08:00-10:00

Session 4B: Information Systems in Industry

Time

Paper ID

Authors / Title

08:00-08:15

102

Lina Salih, Ahlam Al Balushi, Amal Al Busaidi, Shaikha Al Rahbi and Ali Tarhini. 

The Determinants of the Self-Disclosure on Social Network Sites

08:15-08:30

94

Wai Yin Chin, Ezatul Emilia Muhammad Arif, Soon Theam Tung, Choon Sean Seah, Theresa Y. Y. Chung and Tat Huei Cham.

 Determinants of the Sustainability of Tech Startup: Comparison Between Malaysia and China

08:30-08:45

47

Bilal Mukhtar, Muhammad Kashif Shad and Lai Fong Woon. 

Predicting the Effect of Environment, Social & Gov-ernance on Green Innovation in Industry 4.0: An Arti-ficial Neural Network Approach

08:45-09:00

37

A. H. Al-Sarafi, A. H. Alias, H. Z.M Shafri and F. M. Jakarni.

 FACTORS AFFECTING THE BIM ADOPTION IN THE YEMENI CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

09:00-09:15

58

Mohamed Battour, Mohamed Salaheldeen, Khalid Mady and AvraammPapastathopoulos.

 Conceptualizing a Model for the effect of entrepreneurial digital competencies and innovation capability on the tourism entrepreneurship performance in UAE

09:15-09:30

103

Lhia Al-Makhmari, Abrar Al-Bulushi, Samiha Al-Habsi, Ohood Al-Azri and Ali Tarhini. 

Determinants of Consumers’ Acceptance of Voice Assistance Technology: Integrating the Service Robot Acceptance Model and Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology

09:30-09:45

72

A. H. Al-Sarafi, A. H. Alias, F. M. Jakarni, H. Z.M Shafri and Yaser Gamil.

BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING: CHALLENGES, BENEFITS, AND PROSPECTS FOR ADOPTION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

10:15-12:15

Session 5A: Information Systems Security, Privacy, and Trust 

Time

Paper ID

Authors / Title

10:15-10:30

75

Shahad Hussein and Alharith Abdullah.

 Modeling for Performance Evaluation of Quantum Network

10:30-10:45

1

Wai Khuen Cheng, Wai Chun Leong and Zeng-Wei Hong. 

Affective Recommender System for Pet Social Network

10:45-11:00

30

Heider A. M. Wahsheh and Mohammed S. Al-Zahrani.

 QR Codes Cryptography: A Lightweight Paradigm

11:00-11:15

82

Mohammed Oudah, Mohd Fadzli Marhusin and Anvar Narzullaev.

 SQL Injection Detection using Machine Learning with different TF-IDF Feature Extraction Approaches

11:15-11:30

91

Suadad S. Mahdi and Alharith A. Abdullah.

 SDN/NFV-Based Enabling Network Slicing : A Survey

10:15-12:15

Session 5B: Artificial Intelligence in Organizations

Time

Paper ID

Authors / Title

10:15-10:30

98

Van Duc Dung and Phan Duy Hung. 

Building Machine Learning Bot with ML-Agents in Tank Battle

10:30-10:45

10

Ahmed Ali, Zulkifli Mohamed Udin and Hussein Abualrejal. 

The Impact of Artificial Intelligence and Supply Chain Resilience on the Companies Supply Chains Performance: The Moderating Role of Supply Chain dynamism

10:45-11:00

76

Moseed Mohammed, Awanis Romli and Rozlina Mohamed. Ontology Integration by Semantic Mapping for Solving the Heterogeneity Problem

11:00-11:15

56

Khalid Adam Ismail Hammad, Mazlina Abdul Majid and Younis Ibrahim.

Smart Campus Reliability based on the Internet of Things

11:15-11:30

45

Koutibah Alrifai, Tareq Obaid, Ahmed Ali, Ahmed F. S. Abulehia, Hussein Abualrejal and Mohammed Nassoura. 

The role of artificial intelligence in the project performance in construction companies in Palestine

12:30-13:15 Keynotes Speech 5 by Prof. Charla Griffy-Brown, Pepperdine University, USA

Title: Making Better Risk Decisions in a New Technological Environment

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