Dr. Campbell provides K12 education and professional development for educators since in a variety of formats. In addition to work at the University of Pittsburgh and Seton Hill University, she designs and provides specialized on-going training and support as a consultant through her company, Professional Development and Learning Support Services (PDLSS). PDLSS work is based on very successful work as Co-PI and Project Director of a Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to Use Technology grant (PT3) through the Pitt’s School of Education and the US Department of Education. Her long range projects involve assessment and evaluation, onsite coaching and support, individual project planning, large group collaborative meetings, and working closely with personnel to advance change. She served as director of the online graduate program of Instructional Design for Technologies Enhanced Learning at Seton Hill.
Shirley Campbell holds an Ed.D. in Instructional Design and Technology from University of Pittsburgh, an M.Ed. in Special Education from University of Pittsburgh, a B.S. in Natural Sciences (Math and computer science, minor in Geology) from University of Pittsburgh. She also holds Pennsylvania Elementary Teaching Certificate and PA Instructional Technology Specialist Certification.