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.