Since 1996, Dr. Hall-Beyer has been an Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of Calgary. She teaches undergraduate Physical Geography, Cartography, Remote Sensing and Biogeography, and is involved both teaching and mentoring students in the MGIS program. She is undergraduate advisor for the Department of Geography and is an active participant in attracting young people, particularly young women, to Geography.
She has had a varied thirty-year teaching career, instructing elementary Outdoor Education, high school Earth Science, Physics and Mathematics, community college Geography, Geology and Statistics, and undergraduate and graduate Remote Sensing, Cartography and Biogeography. She has participated in teacher training in Remote Sensing through the Canadian Council for Geographic Education and the GLOBE project. While employed by for Canada’s National Museums and Parks Canada, she developed exhibits and provided staff training internally and for other organizations involved in natural history interpretation. Recently, she has adapted several advanced undergraduate courses for “paper-free” online delivery using WebCT and Blackboard, and has worked with a graduate student to prepare ArcView tutorials for non-experts.