This sub-theme welcomes papers which explore and critique the role of educational technology in supporting equitable and resilient partnerships in comparative and international education. What evidence exists of how technology shapes partnerships in education? What is the potential of digital and open education and how can organisations work together to ensure all people can access and benefit from educational technology? How do language and culture in education-technology partnerships influence how online educational resources are shaped and accessed? How might digital divides be equitably overcome in education? We particularly welcome papers which explore the tension in scaling education provision consistent with SDG4 and a growing global edtech encroachment on local educational autonomy and those that consider the role (and risks) of technology in facilitating equitable partnerships in a time of limited movement on global and local scales.