The SAMR model of technology apoption developed by Ruben Puentadura. Also relevant as a framework you might consider TPACK. Read Dan Coles' talk at the 2010 Canadian e-Learning conference. Image below from the site 

And then there is the woderfully inclusing (SAMR, Bloom's Taxonomy, Apps list) "Padagogy Wheel" ... 2015 version 4 is here

Uni of Alaska Fairbanks is not to be outdone and have their own graphic on "choosing the Best Technology". Not so sure about this one in HiEd

Figg,C. & Jaipal-Jamani,K.(2017) “Developing TPACK in Higher Education Faculty: An eLearning Mentor Strategy” Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference, Austin

On barriers to adopting Technology Enhanced Teaching

Reid, P. Categories for Barriers to Adoption of Instructional Technologies. Education and Information Technologies, 2014, Vol.19(2), p.383-407

Iqba, S & Ahmed Bhatti, Z. (2017) "What drives m-learning? An empirical investigation of university student perceptions in Pakistan" Higher Education Research & Development . Volume 36, 2017 - Issue 4

Singh, G & Hardaker, G (2014) "Barriers and enablers to adoption and diffusion of eLearning: A systematic review of the literature – a need for an integrative approach", Education + Training, Vol. 56 Issue: 2/3, pp.105-121

Thanaraj, A & Williams, S. (2016) “Supporting the Adoption of Technology Enhanced Learning by Academics at Universities” Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 59-86

Cheung, R & Voge, D. (2013) “Predicting user acceptance of collaborative technologies: An extension of the technology acceptance model for e-learning”. Computers & Education
Volume 63, Pages 160-175