Mohammed Amin Almaiah

Work place: Department of Computer Networks and Communications, College of Computer Sciences and Information Technology, King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia



Research Interests: Process Control System, Mobile Learning, Software Engineering, Management Information System


Mohammed Amin Almaiah obtained his PhD in Computer Science from University Malaysia Terengganu from Malaysia. MSc in Computer Information System from Middle East University (MEU) in 2011 from Jordan. He is now working as Associate Professor in the Department of Computer networks and Communications at King Faisal Saudi Arabia. He has published over 60 research papers in highly reputed journals such as the Engineering and Science Technology, an International Journal, Education and Information Technologies, the Journal of Educational Computing Research and others. Most of his publications were indexed under the ISI Web of Science and Scopus. His current research interests include mobile learning, software quality, network security and technology acceptance. He is a certified recognized Reviewer in IEEE, Elsevier and Springer.

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Malay Language Mobile Learning System (MLMLS) using NFC Technology

By Yahaya Garba Shawai Mohammed Amin Almaiah

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Mar. 2018

This paper proposes a portable learning framework that uses cell phones and Near Field Communication (NFC) innovation in which this application permits understudies to connect with genuine questions and get data from the labels that are put on the item by filtering the tag put on the article. These gimmicks empower the learning procedure at all over the place (pervasive learning) and enhance the viability of the learning methodology. In this paper, Mobile Application Development Lifecycle (MADLC) model was utilized to safeguard effective M-Lang framework conveyance. M-lang framework clients are required to utilize cell phones to advance the involvement in Malay Language learning.

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