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The disaster-proof education challenge

Create an online class in 3 easy steps with NEO


Education may have been disrupted for millions of students worldwide due to the recent pandemic, but learning and teaching continues online.

Online learning has now become essential as more and more educators are looking for quick ways to move classroom activities online. We know that this sudden change might make teachers fearful of trying e-learning, but it doesn’t have to be so. You just need the right tool.

NEO is a learning platform with an intuitive design and powerful features, that provides all the features schools need for a great learning and teaching experience.


Our challenge


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You don't have to take our word for it. That's why we're challenging teachers to try out NEO and see for themselves how easy and fast it is to create an online class in our platform.

Want to see for yourself? Just follow the 3 steps below and your virtual class will be up and running in no time!


How to create an online class with NEO in 3 easy steps


Account Creation

Step 1: Go to disasterproofed.neolms.com, then Click SIGN-UP

Step 2: Enter access code: iamready, then click SIGN-UP

Step 3: Enter your details, then click SUBMIT


Course Creation

Step 1: Under the Teacher dashboard, click +ADD and click EXISTING.

Step 2: Select DISASTER PROOF CLASS TEMPLATE and click SUBMIT.

Step 3: Add the Name of Your Class, then click SAVE.


Lesson Creation

Step 1: Go to the Teacher Dashboard and select your class.

Step 2: Click Module 1, then click Lesson.

Step 3: Click the Learning Materials section and under Content, click EDIT.


Once you’re finished creating your class, we encourage you to share it with other educators on social media using the hashtag #DisasterProofEd.

If you want your own NEO site, you can sign up for the Free Plan for Schools. The plan is available for schools with up to 400 students, it’s free forever, and includes all the essential LMS features schools need.

Sign up at /free_plan


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