Three Concordia students earn recognition from Nebraska Educational Technology Association

Published by Concordia University, Nebraska 4 years ago on Thu, Mar 30, 2017 11:49 AM
(left to right): Allison Wiebe, Megan Ruppert and Jessica Luebbe stand with their professor, Peter Landrey (back).

Three students from Concordia University, Nebraska earned awards in the 2017 Learning with Tech – All Student Contests in the Interactive Media Pre-Service/College student category hosted by the Nebraska Educational Technology Association (NETA).

Education majors, Jessica Luebbe, Allison Wiebe and Megan Ruppert earned 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, respectively. The students prepared for the contest in their Instructional Technology course at Concordia during the fall semester of 2016. The pre-service teachers each created a capstone project in which they developed a WebQuest (web-based lesson/unit plan using technology for their specific content area) to help their future students better meet learning outcomes.

The contest winners will be honored at the spring NETA conference April 20–21, 2017, at the CenturyLink Center Omaha Convention Center.

“The conference will be a great opportunity for these students to network and hear from educators from all over the state,” said Peter Landrey, professor of the Instructional Technology course and Instructional Innovation Specialist at Concordia. “I am so proud of their hard work and the research, application and evaluation they have done to make their projects great.”

About Nebraska Educational Technology Association

NETA is a grassroots organization open to everyone interested in sharing information about using technology in the educational process. It exists for the purpose of providing leadership and promoting the application of technology to the educational process. Its span of interest includes all levels and aspects of education. NETA has over 4,000 members. To find out more about the NETA contests, visit