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Jill Jameson, Professor

Professor of Education and Chair/Director, Centre for Leadership and Enterprise at University of Greenwich

Professor Jill Jameson is Professor of Education and Chair/Director, Centre for Leadership and Enterprise, Faculty of Education and Health, University of Greenwich, a Visiting Fellow (2018) and Associate Member (2018-21) of Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge; Associate Member, Cambridge Educational Dialogues Research Group, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. Chair, Society for Research into Higher Education (2012-17), and Convenor, Educational Technology SIG, British Educational Research Association, Jill has published widely in educational leadership, trust, Ed Tech, post-compulsory and higher education. She is editor of, and an author within, several Special Editions of the British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET, 2006-19), of Global Leadership in Higher Education (2019, Routledge), and the OXCHEPs Series book: International Studies on Higher Education, University of Oxford. Jill has recently completed Guest Editorship of Developing Critical and Theoretical Approaches to EdTech Research and Practice: Issue 3 of BJET’s 50th anniversary volume. This issue features a special section that responds to the editors’ call for greater critical evaluation and theoretical development in Ed Tech, adopting a broad granularity of focus, including emerging perspectives on ethics and scholarship, the need for greater criticality and more challenging, questioning macro‐ and meso‐level digital leadership of educational technology.

Jill Jameson's contributions

BERA SIG Convenors

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Educational Technology

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