Dr Caroline Stockman is a Senior Lecturer in Education Studies at the University of Winchester. Her research centres on the triangle of technology, education and culture, with a specific interest in the human-technology relationship. In her recent Routledge monograph, Decoding Technology Acceptance in Education, she explores the limits of technological determinism and shows how the lived experience of interacting with technology impacts on everyday practices.
Until 2018 she was Faculty of Head of Quality, and chair for the Faculty Academic Development Committee. Currently, she is Programme Leader for the BA (Hon) Education Studies (including pathways and named combination awards), where she also leads modules on technology in education, physical education and culture.
Areas of expertise
Technology in Education
Philosophy of Technology
Interdisciplinary and mixed-methods research.
- Stockman, C. (2018) "The Messiness of Human Life in Technology for Education." BCS INSPIRE E-learning. Proceedings tbc.
- Stockman, C. (2018) Decoding Technology Acceptance in Education. London: Routledge.
- Stockman, C. (2016) Empirical Data and Emerging Power Critiques: Lessons Learned. The Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 14 (5), 312-21.
- Stockman, C. (2016) "Achieving a Doctorate through Mixed Methods Research." The Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods, 13:2, 14:5.
- Stockman, C., Truyen, F. (2014) "Cultural Studies as Performative Research in a Digital Age." European Review, 22:02, 309-320.