The research aims to investigate the role of e-leadership literacies for technology-enhanced learning (TEL-eLL) in European campus-based universities and develop recommendations for Leadership Development Programmes (LDPs).
Specifically, it involves developing and validating a TEL-eLL framework, combining the prior research on Leadership Literacies (Davis, 2012) and e-leadership for TEL (Jameson, 2013).
The study explores how such a framework can help HE leaders implement strategic and organisational change to improve the way technology is used for teaching and learning.
The wider aim is to raise awareness of the need for HE leaders to take into account not only pedagogical and technological considerations but also organizational, cultural, economic, societal, ethical and environmental issues in decision-making about TEL in a VUCA (Volatile,
Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous) world (Johansen, 2012).