Dr. Asad Khan

Dr. Asad Khan

Ph.D , MARA University of Technology Malaysia (2015) in Information Management
Research Interest:  Organisational behaviour, Job satisfaction, organisational and occupational commitment, Human resource management, digital services, and performance appraisal, Job Performance, Information system and design, Knowledge Management, Information Management, Competencies, Users Engagement, Information literacy...
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1. Master in Library & Information Science, University of Peshawar in 1997; 2) MS in Information studeis from the University of Toronto, Canada in 2012; 3) Ph.D. in Information Management from MARA University of Technology, Malaysia in 2015; 4) Postgraduate Diploma in Project Management from George Brown College, Toronto Canada, 2017 (Full-time); 5) Diploma in Library & Information Science from Seneca College, Toronto Canada in 2011 (Part-time); 6) Diploma in HRM from Conestoga College Waterloo, Canada in 2013 (Part-time); 7) Accelerated Diploma in Knowledge Management from Malaysia, 2016 (Part-time) and 8) Three-month internships in CNN Washington DC, USA (MS project). 

PUBLICATIONS

   
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Asad, Khan (2020), Digital information literacy skills of Pakistani librarians: exploring supply-demand mismatches, adoption strategies and acquisition barriers,Digital Library Perspectives 26 (2), 167-189.

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A Khan, MN Masrek, K Mahmood (2019), The relationship of personal innovativeness, quality of digital resources and generic usability with users’ satisfaction: A Pakistani perspective, Digital Library Perspectives 35 (1), 15-30

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A Khan, H Begum, F Khan (2019), Empirical Exploratory Study of the High-Tech Functional and Professional Skills, Generic Job Satisfaction, and Training Needs, PUTAJ - Humanities and Social Sciences 25 (2), 100-120

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MN Masreck, MSA Halim, Asad Khan, I Ramli (2018), The impact of perceived credibility and perceived quality on trust and satisfaction in mobile banking context, Asian Economic and Financial Review 8 (7), 1013-1025

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A Khan, MN Masrek, SU Rehman (2018), Students’ Engagement of Social Networking Sites: An Evaluation of Perception, Gratification, Sociability, Academic and Generalized Usage Patterns, Pakistan Journal of Information Management & Libraries (PJIM&L) 19 (2017), 13-36

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Khan, A. (2017). The Effectiveness of the librarian's work must be measured more by the degree of user satisfaction achieved: An Evaluation of Reference Librarian-customer relationship, PUTAJ-Humanities and Social Sciences 13 (1), 21-30

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Khan,A. MN Masrek, S Mahmood, and Khalid, Qutab (2017), Factors influencing the adoption of digital reference services among the university librarians in Pakistan, The Electronic Library 35 (6), 1225-1246

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Fauz Dar Khan, Sajjad Ahmad, Asad Khan (2017), Information seeking Behaviour (ISB) of teaching staff and students using central library of the university of Peshawar, PUTAJ – Humanities and Social Sciences, 25(1-2), 145-160.

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Khan, Asad, Mohamad Noorman Masrek and Fuziah Mohd Nadzar (2017). Emotional intelligence and job satisfaction of academic librarians: An assessment of the relationship,Journal of librarianship and information science, 49(2), 199-210.

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Mohd Zarif Mohd Zaki, Asad Khan, (2017). Intention to Use Facebook for Learning Support: The Case of College Students, Journal of Information and Knowledge Management (JIKM), 6(2):1-14. Available at: http://ijikm.uitm.edu.my/index.php/archives?id=19 

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Hussain, Fadzilah and Khan, Asad (2017). Examining the Relationship Between Social Capital And Self Efficacy: A Study Amongst Postgraduate Students. Journal of Information and Knowledge Management (JIKM), 6(1), 1-10. Available at: http://ijikm.uitm.edu.my/index.php/archives?id=19 

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Khan, Amjid and Khan, Asad (2017). The impact of digital library resources usage on engineering research productivity: empirical evidence from Pakistan. Collection Building, Vol.36, No.2, pp.1-12. (ISI Indexed Journal)
 
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Khan, Asad and Masreck, Mohamad Noorman (2017). Training needs analysis based on the mismatch between the acquired and required levels of collection management skills of academic librarians. Collection Building, Vol.36, No.1, pp. 20-28. (ISI Indexed Journal)

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Khan, Asad & Begum, Hamida (2015). Training Needs Analysis on Leadership Skills of University Librarians in Pakistan. PUTAJ- Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol 23, No. 2 pp.87-102. (HEC recognized journal)
 

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Khan, Asad., Masrek, M. N. & Nadzar, F. M. (2016). Emotional intelligence and job satisfaction of academic librarians: An assessment of relationship. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science (ISI Indexed- Impact Factor 1.239), doi:10.1177/0961000616650733 

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Ismail, M. and Khan, Asad (2016). Analyzing Online Information Literacy Skills of Faculty Members in the University of Peshawar: A Pakistani Perspective. PUTAJ- Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol 22, No. 1 pp.131-141. (HEC recognized journal)

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Khan, Asad and Qutab, Saima (2016). Understanding research students’ behavioural intention in the adoption of digital libraries: A Pakistani perspective. Library Review, vol:65, Issue:4/5 (Scopus Indexed)

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Khan, A, Bhatti, R. & Khan, Asad. (2016). E-books usage by agricultural, engineering, and social science students in selected universities of Pakistan: An empirical assessment. The Electronic Library, Vol. 100, Issue, 1 (IS Indexed- Impact Factor 0.5)

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Khan, Asad, Ullah, I, Khan, F. & Ismail, M. (2016). the effects of technological indicators on organizational commitment: A perspective of information professionals in the academic libraries of Pakistan. PUTAJ- Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 22, No. 1. pp. 143-152 (HEC recognized journal) 

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Masrek, M. N. and Khan, Asad (2015). Usability Assessment of Web Digital Library: A Survey Among Undergraduate Students. Journal of Information and Knowledge Management (JIKM), 5(2), pp.46-56. 

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Khan, Asad., Masrek, M. N. and Nadzar, F. M. (2015).  Analysis of competencies, job satisfaction and organizational commitment as indicators of job performance: A conceptual framework. Education for Information, 31 (2014/2015) 125-141. (ISI Web of Science Indexed)

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Khan, Asad., Masrek, M. N. & Nadzar, F. M. (2015). An investigation of the training needs on the emotional intelligence of academic librarians. Library Review, vol:64, 8/9. (Scopus Indexed)

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Khan, Asad., Masrek, M. N. & Nadzar, F. M. (2015). Technology management competencies and job satisfaction of Pakistani university librarians: An empirical assessment of relationship. Journal of Management Research, 7(2), 27-45.

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Khan, Asad. & Ullah, I. (2014). The emotional intelligence of library professionals in Pakistan: A descriptive analysis. PUTAJ- Humanities and Social Sciences, 21(2), 89-96 (HEC Recognized Journal)

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Khan, Asad., Masrek, M. N. and Nadzar, F. M. (2014). The relationship between emotional intelligence and organizational commitment of Pakistani university librarians. Pakistan Journal of Information Management and Libraries, 15(1), 11-21. (Scopus Indexed)

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Khan, Asad. (2014). Knowledge creation and sharing: Implications from the review of the literature on its topologies and influencing factors. Pakistan Library and Information Science Journal, 45(4), 42-48. (HEC Recognized Journal)

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Khan, Asad. & Khan, F. (2014). Implementation of digital reference services in Pakistani libraries: A descriptive and critical annotated bibliographical guide. Pakistan Library and Information Science Journal, 45(2), 69-75. (HEC recognized Journal)

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Khan, Asad., Rehman, H. & Rehman, S. (2013). An empirical analysis of the correlation between technostress and job satisfaction: A case of KPK, Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Information Management and Libraries, vol.14 (2013), 9-15. (Scopus Indexed)

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Khan, Asad. (2013). Myths and imaginaries of Information Age: A critical review of two readings. Pakistan Library and Information Science Journal, 44(2), 25-26.(HEC Recognized Journal)

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Khan, Asad. & Rahman, H. (2013). Heuristics adoption in decision-making and its implications in information profession: An epistemological exposition. Pakistan Library and Information Science Journal, 44(3), 21-26. (HEC Recognized Journal)

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Khan, Asad. (2006). Digital reference services in libraries. Pakistan Library and Information Science Journal, 37(1), 13-18. (HEC Recognized Journal)

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Khan, Asad. (2006). Reference Librarian's service and customer’s satisfaction. Pakistan Library and Information Science Journal, 37(2), 30-37.( HEC Recognized Journal)

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Khan, Asad. (2006). World Wide Web site designing, safeguarding, and managing issues of the law library in combination with a workable ideology with reference to the contemporary needs of information explosion and its management. Journal of Law and Humanities. XXXIV (47), 93-100. (HEC Recognized Journal)

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Khan, Asad. (2004). Appraisal of users approaches to library services and facilities: A case study of the central library of the University of Peshawar. Peshawar University Teacher Association Journal, 29(1), 1-13. (HEC Recognized Journal)

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Khan, Asad. (2004). Dewey decimal classification 22nd edition and beyond. Pakistan Library and Information Science Journal, 35(3), 9-17. (HEC Recognized Journal)

 

CONFERENCES

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Saima Qutab, Shafi, F, Khan, Asad.. (2016). Sustainable LIS Pedagogical Skills with Virtual Learning Environment (VLE): Collaborative Career Development Platforms, Communities and Practices, IFLA Conference, Ohio, USA

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Khan, Asad., Masrek, M. N. & Nadzar, F. M. (2015). Training needs assessment on the Emotional intelligence of Pakistani university librarians. Presented in GCBSS- Global Conference on Business and social sciences-2014 at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 15-16, November 2014.

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Khan, Asad., Masrek, M. N. & Nadzar, F. M. (2015). The acquired and required competencies of Pakistani university librarians: implications for job satisfaction and organizational commitment. Presented in the 2nd International Postgraduate Colloquium in Information Science, 16th-17th February 2015 at Faculty of Information Management UiTM, Malaysia.

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Khan, Asad., Masrek, M. N. & Nadzar, F. M. (2015). Technology management competencies and job satisfaction of Pakistani university librarians: An empirical assessment of relationship. Presented in GCBSS- Global Conference on Business and social sciences-2014 at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 15-16 November 2014.

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Khan, Asad. Masrek, M., N. & Nazdar, F. M. (2013). The difference and relationship analysis of competencies, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment: A conceptual framework for the empirical assessment of indicators of job performance. Presented at the 5th International conference of Asia-Pacific Library and Information Science Education and Practices (ALIEP) Khon Kaen University at Thailand from 10 July- 13 July 2013.

 

BOOKS

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Khan, Asad. (2004). Fundamentals of library classification. Peshawar: Department of Library and Information Science, University of Peshawar.

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Khan, Asad. (2006). The basics of research methodology. Peshawar: Department of Library and   InformationScience, University of Peshawar.