Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT)
Livesey House, LH209
+44 (0) 1772 89 3096
Subject Areas: Education
Joanne is a Senior Lecturer in Education and currently course leader for the MA Educational Leadership (Cyprus). She also contributes to the BA Education and Professional Studies course and leads modules in the areas of Learning, Curriculum and Assessment, Families, Schools and Society as well as being module leader for Education Dissertations. Joanne supervises undergraduate, MA and doctoral students. Her main research interests lie in the area of student experience and identity.
Joanne is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Joanne was awarded an ESRC Studentship in 2001 to study for a PhD in Education at the University of East Anglia, under the supervision of Professor Ivor Goodson. Prior to this she studied at the University of Manchester, where she obtained her MSc in Educational Research, and the University of Central Lancashire where she read Education Studies and Social Policy. After working at the University of Manchester as a Research Associate she was appointed as a Senior Lecturer in Education at UCLan in 2003.
Doherty, J., Doherty P., Barrow, C. & Doyle, M. (2011) Aimhigher Lancashire: an Evaluation of Partnership Working. A report to Aimhigher Lancashire (Preston: University of Central Lancashire
Newholm, T., Keeling, K, McGoldrick, P., Macaulay, L. and Doherty, J. (2008) ‘Digital divide and the theory of optimal slack’, New Media and Society, 10 (2) pp. 295-319
Gough, S. & Doherty, J. (2007) ‘Emergency On-Call duty preparation and education for newly qualified physiotherapists: A national survey’, Physiotherapy 93, pp. 37-44
Doherty, J. with Richardson-Foster, H., Atkinson, H. & Doherty, P. (2007) Individuals, Influencers and Aimhigher. Report to Aimhigher Greater Merseyside available at: http://www.ahgtm.ac.uk/?page_id=986
Previous projects have included:
My main research interests and expertise lie within the following areas: