Connect multiple schools in a network
Connect schools that belong to a district into a network and easily administer them all using a single admin account. This is a great way to boost collaboration and share resources at a district level. You can also cross-teach and cross-enroll between schools.
Create separate departments in a school
Create organizations that represent schools in a district, different departments or groups within a school. Each user can be associated with an organization, which allows you to filter the content and options accessible for each group.
Each organization can have its own set of users as well as its own class catalog. You can hide organizations for each other and administer all campuses with a single account.
Create, store, and share resources
Store, manage, and share any type of resource across the entire school or district. Use resources such as certificates, course templates, rubrics, files, SCORM packages and competencies to enrich your class content. You can place a resource in your private library, the library shared by everyone in your school or the network library.
Easily manage all aspects of the platform
It's simple for a single person to administer a large site because all options are available via a single pop-out menu, and each feature has full online help.
Configure a wide range of site-wide policies and set policies for each accounts type. Define which features are enabled and what information students and teachers can access. Create policy documents that can be used as cookie or privacy policies that users must accept before using the platform.
Be informed about what's happening in your school and what learners are doing by browsing through all learner communications, including messages, forum postings, and chat messages. Receive daily reports of any potentially offensive communications.
Deleted items such as classes, lessons, and resources can be recovered from the Trash can. You have up to 30 days to restore items before they are permanently deleted.
We provide a wide range of account types such as super admin, administrator, partial administrator, teacher, student, monitor, teaching assistant, and parent. You can choose the prefered way of creating accounts such as using a form, bulk import, self-enrollment, email invitations, SIS synchronization, LDAP synchronization, or API export.
Teachers are having fun creating interesting lessons and there is less time-consuming admin to do, such as photocopying, and grading. Records are centrally managed, resulting in no more records being misplaced.Andrew P. McDouall, Director, Language Center, The Hochschule Furtwangen University
NEO has become our digital hub for everything we do, all our learning and teaching activities and resources are housed in NEO and teachers are using it to collaborate with each other across the district.Todd Ryckman, Chief Educational Technology Officer, Santa Barbara Unified School District