Dr. Malik Mustafa Jawarneh

Dr. Malik Mustafa Mohammed Jawarneh

Title: Assistant Professor
Email: malik@gulfcollege.edu.om
Tel: 24468666
Ext.#: 155

Fields of Interest:

Virtual Reality, Mobile Banking/ Learning, Internet of things (IoT), Knowledge Management.


Doctor of Information Science, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Malaysia
Master of Information Technology, Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM), Malaysia
Bachelor of Computer Science, Al Al-Bayt University (AABU), Jordan

Short Bio:

Dr. Malik is a young Ph.D. enthusiastic Lecturer teaching in the Faculty of Business and Management Studies at Gulf College with academic affiliation with Cardiff Metropolitan University in London. Before that, he worked as a lecturer at Al Madinah International University in Malaysia. His specialization is Visual Informatics from University Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). He has co-written a research paper related to the Design of Vibratory Haptic Interface Model (VHIM) and Validation of the Vibratory Haptic Interface Model. His areas of research interest are virtual reality, the internet of things, mobile banking and commerce, and knowledge management. He is currently working on research that aims to identify factors that impact the adoption of mobile banking in Oman. Dr. Malik teaches different courses related to Information systems, Information technology in Business and Business Applications in the faculty.

Selected Publications:

Journal Publications
  • Mustafa, M., Abu Shawer, M., & Hamouche, S. (in press). The technology of mobile banking and its impact on the financial growth during the Covid-19 pandemic in the gulf region. Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education.
  • Alshar’e, M., & Mustafa, M. (in press). Evaluation of autistic children’s education in Oman: The role of e-Learning as a major aid to fill the gap. Elementary Education Online.
  • Mustafa, M., Alzubi, F. K., & Bashayreh, A. (2021). Factors Affecting Job Performance of Teaching and NonTeaching Staff in Higher Education Levels in Oman. Elementary Education Online, 20(5), 2310-2326.
  • Mustafa, M., & Abbas, A. (2021). Comparative analysis of green ICT practices among Palestinian and Malaysian in SME food enterprises during covid-19 pandemic. PalArch's Journal of Archaeology of Egypt/Egyptology, 18(4), 254-264.
  • Alkhatib, K., Al-Aiad, A., Mustafa, M., & Alzubi, S. (2021). Impact Factors Affecting Entrepreneurial Intention of Jordanian Private Universities Students: A Mediation Analysis of Perception Toward Entrepreneurship. In Sustainable and Energy Efficient Computing Paradigms for Society (pp. 53-65). Springer, Cham.
  • Mustafa, M., & Ali, O. (2020). Examining perception of Malaysian autistic children social interaction for virtual reality. Korea Observer,796(22).
  • Mustafa, M. (2020). Impact of big data analytics (BDA) learning intentions with moderating effect of transformational leadership as Jordan SME perspective. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Technology, 1(6).
  • Mustafa, M., & Alzubi, S. (2020). Factors Affecting the Success of Internet of Things for Enhancing Quality and Efficiency Implementation in Hospitals Sector in Jordan During the Crises of Covid-19. In Internet of Medical Things for Smart Healthcare (pp. 107-140). Springer, Singapore.
  • Brahmi, B., & Mustafa, M. (2019). Impact of Knowledge Management Process on Managerial Performance in the High Tech Sector. International Journal of Business and Management, 14(2).
Conferences Publications
  • Mustafa, M., Alzubi, S., & Alshare, M. (2020, April). The moderating effect of demographic factors acceptance virtual reality learning in developing countries in the middle east. In International Conference on Advances in Computing and Data Sciences (pp. 12-23). Springer, Singapore.
  • Mustafa, M., & Sulthana, M.N. (2018, May). A study on adoption of mobile banking in sultanate of Oman. Paper presented at the Faculty Research Paper Presentation Competition (FREPCO -2018) at College of Banking and Financial Studies, Muscat, Oman.
  • Sulthana, N.M., & Mustafa, M. (2018). Factors influencing adoption of mobile marketing by bank clients in the sultanate of Oman. Paper presented at the International Conference on Management in Digital Era, Coimbatore, India.
  • Mustafa, M., Arshad, H., & Zaman, H. B. (2013, December). Framework Methodology of the Autism Children--Vibratory Haptic Interface (AC-VHI). In 2013 International Conference on Advanced Computer Science Applications and Technologies (pp. 201-206). IEEE.
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