Faculty Profile

Dr. Pamela Czapla

pczaplao@lhup.edu | 103 Russell Hall, Lock Haven, PA 17745 | (570) 484-2442

Education: 

Ph.D., Speech Communication, The Pennsylvania State University

M.S.L.S., Library Science, Wayne State University

B.A., Sociology/French, Wayne State University

Courses Most Commonly Taught: Learning Strategies for College, Foundations of Group Peer Tutoring

Courses Developed: Foundations of Group Peer Tutoring

Programs Developed: Tutorial Services

Professional Publications: 

Czapla, P.  (2010). Two chapters for upcoming Tutoring and mentoring handbook being developed by College Learning and Research Association (CRLA).  In press.

Czapla, P.  (2009). Group peer tutoring handbook.  Compilation.

Czapla, P.  (2008). Group peer tutoring handbook.  Compilation.

Czapla, P., & Langdon, C.  (2007). Group peer tutoring handbook.  Compiled in conjunction with Langdon, C.

Czapla P., Cheney, D., Knapp, J., & Alan, R.  (2006). “Convergence in the library’s news room: Enhancing news collections and services in academic libraries.” College and Research Libraries, 67:  395-417.  

Czapla, P.  (June/July 2005).  "Accommodating all comers".  American Libraries, 36 (6), 50.

Czapla, P.  (2005).  Evaluating Internet resources.  Eight minute PowerPoint presentation developed for UCSP 611.  (University Maryland University College). 

Czapla, Pamela.  (2004). The Teamwork Center:  The beginning of the future.  University Park, PA:  Penn State University.

Czapla, P. and Hayya, S.  (2003). Guidelines:  Library services for persons with disabilities. Retrieved 12/2/2003 from http://www.libraries.psu.edu/tas/disabilities/guidelines/dsblsend1.doc.

Czapla, PTuesday Tips archive:Penn State University Libraries Tuesday tips for library service to persons with disabilities. Retrieved 12/2/2003 from http://www.libraries.psu.edu/admin/diversity/resources/adaservices.htm.  

Professional Presentations:

Czapla, P. (2012). ‘Building a village’ to market learning services. National College and Learning Center Association (NCLCA), Charlotte, SC.

Czapla, P. (2012). Social media or mobile: Exploring what’s suitable for marketing learning services.  Association for the Tutoring Profession (ATP), Atlanta, GA. 

Czapla, P. (2012). Social media or mobile: Exploring what’s suitable for marketing learning services.PA/NJ College and Reading Association (CRLA), Wilkes-Barre, PA.

Czapla, PamelaOnline Tutoring:  The Lock Haven University Experience After One Year.  National College Learning Center Association (NCLCA), Charlotte, NC, September 30, 2010.

Czapla, PamelaOnline Tutoring:  The Lock Haven University Experience After One Year.  Pennsylvania Association for Developmental Education (PADE), Hershey, PA,March 4, 2010.

Czapla, PamelaMarketing with Appeal:  Increasing the Odds that Students Will Use Learning Centers.  College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA), Richmond, VA, October 30, 2009.

Czapla, PamelaMarketing with Appeal:  Increasing the Odds that Students Will Use Learning Centers.  College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA), Richmond, VA, October 30, 2009.

Czapla, Pamela & Carlos Morales.  Smarthinking at LHU.  ATAC Technical Session, LHU TLC, September 28 and 30, 2009.

Czapla, Pamela.  Tutorial at Lock Haven University.  Lock Haven University Days, Lock Haven, PA, August 26, 2009.

Czapla, PamelaTutorTrac and Web-based Tutorial Service.  TutorTrac University, Mesa, AZ, April 16, 2009.

Czapla, Pamela & Henriette Evans.  Marketing with Appeal:  Increasing the Odds that Students Will Use Learning Centers.  Pennsylvania Association for Developmental Education (PADE), Grantville, PA, March 2009.

Czapla, PamelaFrom Tutor Training to Tutor Education:  The Lock Haven University Experience.  CRLA, Cleveland, OH, October 28, 2009.

Czapla, PamelaFrom Tutor Training to Tutor Education:  The Lock Haven University Experience (poster session).  CRLA, Cleveland, OH, October 28, 2009.

Areas of Expertise: Group Peer Tutoring, Learning Skills and Strategies, Bibliographic Instruction

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