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A.K.M. Najmul Islam
A.K.M. Najmul Islam
Associate Professor, LUT
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Unusual purchasing behavior during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic: The stimulus-organism-response approach
S Laato, AKMN Islam, A Farooq
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 57, 102224, 2020
5792020
Impact of online information on self-isolation intention during the COVID-19 pandemic: cross-sectional study
A Farooq, S Laato, AKMN Islam
Journal of medical Internet research 22 (5), e19128, 2020
3382020
Investigating e-learning system usage outcomes in the university context
AKMN Islam
Computers & Education 69, 387-399, 2013
3362013
What drives unverified information sharing and cyberchondria during the COVID-19 pandemic?
S Laato, AKMN Islam, MN Islam, E Whelan
European journal of information systems 29 (3), 288-305, 2020
3202020
Misinformation sharing and social media fatigue during COVID-19: An affordance and cognitive load perspective
AKMN Islam, S Laato
Technological forecasting and social change 159, 120201, 2020
2772020
Blockchain in healthcare: A systematic literature review, synthesizing framework and future research agenda
A Tandon, A Dhir, AKMN Islam, M Mäntymäki
Computers in Industry 122, 103290, 2020
1852020
E-learning system use and its outcomes: Moderating role of perceived compatibility
AKMN Islam
Telematics and Informatics 33 (1), 48-55, 2016
1802016
Point of adoption and beyond. Initial trust and mobile-payment continuation intention
S Talwar, A Dhir, A Khalil, G Mohan, AKMN Islam
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 55, 102086, 2020
1702020
Sources of satisfaction and dissatisfaction with a learning management system in post-adoption stage: A critical incident technique approach
AKMN Islam
Computers in Human Behavior 30, 249-261, 2014
1342014
The Janus face of Facebook: Positive and negative sides of social networking site use
M Mäntymäki, AKMN Islam
Computers in Human Behavior 61, 14-26, 2016
1312016
Satisfaction and continuance with a learning management system: Comparing perceptions of educators and students
AKMN Islam, N Azad
The International Journal of Information and Learning Technology, 2015
1132015
The role of perceived system quality as educators’ motivation to continue e-learning system use
AKM Islam
AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction 4 (1), 25-43, 2012
1082012
Big data analytics in healthcare: a systematic literature review
S Khanra, A Dhir, AKMN Islam, M Mäntymäki
Enterprise Information Systems 14 (7), 878-912, 2020
952020
Is boredom proneness related to social media overload and fatigue? A stress–strain–outcome approach
E Whelan, AKMN Islam, S Brooks
Internet Research, 2020
932020
Applying the SOBC paradigm to explain how social media overload affects academic performance
E Whelan, AKMN Islam, S Brooks
Computers & Education 143, 103692, 2020
932020
The determinants of the post-adoption satisfaction of educators with an e-learning system
AKMN Islam
Journal of Information Systems Education 22 (4), 319, 2011
802011
A review on the mobile applications developed for COVID-19: an exploratory analysis
MN Islam, I Islam, KM Munim, AKMN Islam
Ieee Access 8, 145601-145610, 2020
732020
Positive and negative word of mouth (WOM) are not necessarily opposites: A reappraisal using the dual factor theory
M Talwar, S Talwar, P Kaur, AKMN Islam, A Dhir
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 63, 102396, 2021
712021
Did location-based games motivate players to socialize during COVID-19?
S Laato, AKMN Islam, TH Laine
Telematics and Informatics 54, 101458, 2020
662020
Framing and measuring multi-dimensional interpersonal privacy preferences of social networking site users
P Wisniewski, AKM Islam, H Richter Lipford, DC Wilson
Communications of the Association for information systems 38 (1), 10, 2016
662016
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