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Emmanuel Jean-Francois

The evolution of globalization, as well as other factors such as rapid technological changes, demographic shifts, migration, new forms of communication and interactions, and environmental and social challenges have served as drivers fostering the demand for new skills and competencies expected from university graduates by employers and other stakeholders. The purpose of this chapter is to articulate a technology-based glocal perspective for teaching doctoral educational leadership programs. This chapter is informed by the transnational and glocal education frameworks, and includes key insights for practitioners to contribute to glocal teaching and learning in leadership education through technology.