Barbara Ruth Campbell



NameBarbara Campbell
PositionFaculty Member
Phone(902) 566-0743
BuildingRobertson Library 223

Barbara Campbell


Dr. Barbara Campbell, Director of the UPEI Webster Centre for Teaching and Learning and Faculty Development Office, is an Associate Professor with the UPEI School of Nursing and an Adjunct Professor with UNB. Barb’s research includes family literacy, pedagogy with new learners, and knowledge translation. She has co-authored 15 peer reviewed publications, 1 book and 34 presentations, is a member of the Learning Disabilities Association of PEI, a volunteer with the Heart and Stroke Foundation of PEI and a Senator on the UPEI Board of Governors.

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Research Interests

  • 2009 Investigating digital literacies and global awareness in post-secondary net generation learners. Major Research Grant, University of Prince Edward Island
  • 2009 Evaluation of Newborn Family Literacy Programs in the Maritime Provinces. Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
  • 2009 Connecting Families through Community: An English as a Second Language (ESL) Family Literacy Project. Human Resources and Social Development Canada.
  • Knowledge Translation
  • Children's Health
  • Rural Health
  • Participatory Action Research
  • Family Literacy


Connecting Families through Community: an English as Second Languages (ESL) Family Literacy Research (HSRDC 6250963)
  • Adult learning, literacy and essential skills program (ALLESP)
  • Human Resources and Skills Development Canada

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A European Union and Canadian Review of Public Health Nursing Preparation and Practice.Hemingway, Ann; Aarts, Clara; Koskinen, Liisa; Campbell, Barbara; Chassé, France
A web of connectionsLee, B.; Brajtman, S.; Campbell, Barbara R.; Chircop, A.; Edwards, N.; Eldred, S.; Hamel, N.; Holdway, K.; Kothari, A.; Mill, J.; Sheppard-LeMoine, D.; Votta, E.
Applying knowledge to generate actionCampbell, B.
Mental health and poverty in young livesTilleczek, Kate ; Ferguson, Moira ; Campbell, Valerie ; Lezeu, Katherine Elizabeth
Enabling nursing students to focus on the Ottawa Charter and the nurses role in tackling inequalities in health through international exchangeAarts, C.; Nordstrom, P. M.; Koskinen, L.; Juhansoo, T.; Mitchell, M. P.; Marquis, F.; Chassé, F.; Critchley, K.; Campbell, B.; Hemingway, A.
Participation in physical activityWeeks, Lori E.; Profit, S.; Campbell, Barbara R.; Graham, H.; Chircop, A.; Sheppard-LeMoine, D.
Writing the digital economyWiebe, S.; Gabriel, M.; MacDonald, R.; McCauley, S.; Campbell, B.
Engaging the communityCritchley, K.; Timmons, V.; Campbell, Barbara R.; McAuley, Alexander; Taylor, Jennifer P.; Walton, Fiona
The role of digital technologies in learningGabriel, M. A.; Campbell, B.; Wiebe, S.; MacDonald, R. J.; McAuley, A.
Technology in Prince Edward Island high schoolsPreston, Jane P. ; Wiebe, Sean ; Gabriel, Martha A. ; MacDonald, Ronald J. ; McAuley, Alexander ; Campbell, Barbara ; Moffatt, Lyndsay
Knowledge translation case studyTimmons, V.; Critchley, K.; Campbell, B. R.; McAuley, A.; Taylor, J. P.; Walton, F.
Voice of the communityTimmons, Vianne; , ; McAuley, Alexander; Campbell, Barbara; Critchley, Kimberley; Taylor, Jennifer; Walton, Fiona

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