Anas Aloudat
Anas Aloudat
Associate Professor of Information Systems and Technology, The University of Jordan
Verified email at ju.edu.jo - Homepage
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The role of national culture on citizen adoption of eGovernment services: An empirical study
O Al-Hujran, M Al-dalahmeh, A Aloudat
Electronic Journal of E-government 9 (2), 93-106, 2011
1032011
Social acceptance of location-based mobile government services for emergency management
A Aloudat, K Michael, X Chen, MM Al-Debei
Telematics and Informatics 31 (1), 153-171, 2014
1012014
Toward the regulation of ubiquitous mobile government: a case study on location-based emergency services in Australia
A Aloudat, K Michael
Electronic Commerce Research 11 (1), 31-74, 2011
782011
Factors influencing citizen adoption of e-government in developing countries: The case of Jordan
O Al Hujran, A Aloudat, I Altarawneh
International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction (IJTHI) 9 (2), 1-19, 2013
712013
Location-based services in emergency management-from government to citizens: Global case studies
A Aloudat, K Michael, J Yan
422007
An empirical assessment of the antecedents of electronic-business implementation and the resulting organizational performance
MM Migdadi, MKSA Zaid, OS Al-Hujran, AM Aloudat
Internet Research, 2016
402016
Monitoring people using location-based social networking and its negative impact on trust
SJ Fusco, K Michael, A Aloudat, R Abbas
2011 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS), 1-11, 2011
282011
The application of location based services in national emergency warning systems: SMS, cell broadcast services and beyond
A Aloudat, K Michael
272011
Intelligent m-government: application of personalisation and location awareness techniques
S Al-khamayseh, O Hujran, A Aloudat, E Lawrence
Proc. of Second European Conference on Mobile Government, Brighton, UK, 2006
272006
Location-based social networking: impact on trust in relationships
SJ Fusco, R Abbas, K Michael, A Aloudat
IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 31 (2), 39-50, 2012
252012
Location-based services for emergency management: A multi-stakeholder perspective
A Aloudat, K Michael, R Abbas
2009 Eighth International Conference on Mobile Business, 143-148, 2009
192009
Emerging forms of covert surveillance using GPS-enabled devices
R Abbas, K Michael, MG Michael, A Aloudat
Journal of Cases on Information Technology (JCIT) 13 (2), 19-33, 2011
162011
The role of national culture on citizen adoption of egovernment web sites
O Al-Hujran, M Al-dalahmeh
ECEG2011-Proceedings of the 11th European Conference on EGovernment …, 2011
162011
Challenges to E-learning Success: The student perspective
O Al-Hujran, A Aloudat, H Al-Hennawi, HN Ismail
Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference on Information, Business …, 2013
112013
The socio-ethical considerations surrounding government mandated location-based services during emergencies: An Australian case study
A Aloudat, K Michael
ICT Ethics and Security in the 21st Century: New Developments and …, 2011
112011
Location-based mobile phone service utilisation for emergency management in Australia
A Aloudat
82010
The Implications of Iris-Recognition Technologies: Will our eyes be our keys?
A Aloudat, K Michael, R Abbas
IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine 5 (3), 95-102, 2016
72016
Towards a conceptual model of user acceptance of location-based emergency services
A Aloudat, K Michael
International Journal of Ambient Computing and Intelligence (IJACI) 5 (2), 17-34, 2013
72013
You Want to Do What with RFID? Perceptions of radio-frequency identification implants for employee identification in the workplace
K Michael, A Aloudat, MG Michael, C Perakslis
IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine 6 (3), 111 - 117, 2017
62017
The Viability of Mobile Services (SMS and Cell Broadcast) in Emergency Management Solutions: An Exploratory Study
M Al-Dalahmeh, O Al-Shamaileh, A Aloudat, BY Obeidat
International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) 12 (1), 95-115, 2018
52018
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