Abstract: Quality education is becoming aforemost priority of the countries as it is believed to be among the pivotal engines of national competitiveness. The emergence of technology has also effected the higher education institutions and its students coupled with their motivation that opened up new ways of learning. Both variables are important in determining the education quality of the country. The current study aims to identify the role of theuse of technology and student motivation in education quality in UAE. This study is qualitative in nature and proposition have been formulated on the bases of previous literature review pertinent to the study variables and later aligned with the conceptual model of the study with the current UAE situation regarding the above mentioned study variables. Previous literature discussesuse of technology and student motivation in a relationship with quality education, however, fails to determine the exact relationship between the variables. Thus, it shows the inconsistent relationship between use of technology, student motivation and education quality in the context of UAE as well.
Sameera Iqbal, Nazim Baluch and Che Sobry Abdullah, 2016. Role of Use of Technology and Student Motivation in Education Quality: Qualitative Insights from the Literature. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 11: 826-832.