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ABOUT




WHAT TO EXPECT


TALON is the Teaching And Learning Online Network. Through an open and evolving dialogue with faculty and students on emerging technologies and practices, TALON creates a hub for exchange. With a focus on the design disciplines, the TALON Resources provide an interactive lexicon for remote teaching with instructions on how to find, access and use applications. The TALON Letter highlights top tips on course design and pedagogy with additional insights into the digital classroom. These resources are complemented by the TALON Voices, discussions of personal experiences, spotlighting challenges and potentials of tools and approaches.

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TEAM


Fabian Neuhaus PhD, RPI Grant Holder and Project Lead, Associate Professor, Planning, SAPL, UofC
Sandra Abegglen, TALON Project Lead, Researcher, SAPL, UofC

Tristan Scholten, TLN Graduate Assistant Researcher, Masters of Planning, SAPL, UofC

Former TALON Graduate Assistant Researchers
Krisha Shah, MPlan, SAPL, UofC
Kylie Wilson, MArch, SAPL, UofC
Clément Bret, Graduate/Assistant Researcher, School of Public Policy, UofC
Marshall Evens, MArch, SAPL, UofC
Martina MacFarlane, MPlan, SAPL, UofC
Mac McGinn, MArch SAPL, UofC
Abira Mirza, MArch, SAPL, UofC
Asawari Modak, MPlan, SAPL, UofC
Morgan Possberg, MArch, SAPL, UofC

Opportunities: Want to meet new people, learn new skills and make a big difference in education? We have a variety of volunteer roles available, including graphics and design, marketing, research, and events. Please drop us a line or two, and tell us why you would like to join our team.


COLLABORATORS & SUPPORTERS


Greg Tweedie: “TALON is an AMAZING read each month, so uniquely and interestingly presented! ❤️ it!  Keep up the great work!” (June 2021)








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PUBLICATIONS, AWARDS & GRANTS


Publications
Awards

Grants
  • EchoInnovation Grant 2022 by Echo360



TERRITORIAL ACKNOWLEDGMENT


TALON would like to acknowledge the traditional territories of the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, which includes the Blackfoot Confederacy (comprising the Siksika, Piikani, and Kainai First Nations), as well as the Tsuut’ina First Nation, and the Stoney Nakoda (including the Chiniki, Bearspaw, and Wesley First Nations). The City of Calgary is also home to Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3.



TERMS OF USE


The TALON team operates under the umbrella of the University of Calgary through an independent research project found by the Richard Parker Initative. Resources shared and recommendations made are based on the team’s findings and incorporate University guidance to the best possible knowledge.

All information is shared with a Creative Commons Attribution license: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International. This means, you are free to adapt and re-use information and resources for non-commercial purposes, provided you give appropriate credit, provide a link to the licence and indicate if and what changes were made. If you remix, transform or build upon material, you must distribute your contributions under the same licence as the original.

The TALON team does not take any responsibility for third-party resources. If you find anything inappropriate, please let us know so we can remove it from our list. Similarly, if you know of an exciting resource we have not yet listed, please contact us.