Tareq Daher earned his Bachelors in Computer Science from Mutah University in Jordan. He pursued a Master’s of Instructional Technology at the University of Nebraska –Lincoln while working as the coordinator for the Student Technology Program on the UNL campus. Currently, Dr. Daher works as an Instructional Design Technology Coordinator for the Office of Online and Distance Education at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln leading the instructional design team at the College of Engineering. Dr. Daher collaborates with engineering faculty to document and research the integration of innovative instructional strategies and technologies in his classroom. His latest collaborative submitted publication discusses Using the Flipped approach in a water resources course.
Brett Meyer earned two Bachelors degrees, one in Telecommunications Management from the University of Nebraska at Kearney and his second in Secondary Education from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Brett was able to combine the theory from both degrees while pursuing his Masters of Education in Instructional Design from the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Using his passion for student learning, Brett enjoys collaborating with faculty in the College of Engineering to develop online learning strategies using mainstream classroom teaching tools as a way to hook student interest in creative learning environments.