The menus at the top provide a gateway into each main functional area for Nepris.
Go here if you want to request an industry expert for your classroom, join an industry chat offered by a professional, search and copy ideas from other teachers, or see what is scheduled in your community.
You can search and find both teachers and professionals within the Nepris community, see what they have done and message them.
We urge everyone to share their stories of learning and success to provide inspiration or advice to others on Nepris.
You can message anyone else on platform to collaborate, ask questions or share ideas.
Notice that throughout the site, you will see a Contact Us in the lower left hand corner. At any time, you can submit questions and ideas which we will answer as soon as possible. We will also be trying a live chat feature this year where you will be able to get immediate feedback when Nepris support staff are online.
The "My Sessions" block (located on the right side of the dashboard page) gives an overview on the status of your sessions.
You can create session requests ahead of time as you plan your lessons. This is a quick counter and link to take you to those session requests that you started to create, but haven’t submitted yet.
This block will tell you how many session requests you have submitted and you are waiting for an industry expert to accept.
These are session requests which have been accepted by an industry expert or you have signed up to join. These sessions will have a definite date and time locked on your calendar.
This block will tell you how many sessions have been completed. It is a quick way to view your recorded sessions.
The Activity Feed in the center will allow you to easily share ideas with the broader Nepris community. Type something in the box What’s on your mind? and click Post. This will be seen by everyone unless you choose the filter "Connections: Share with your connections" next to the Post button. In this case, only those Following you will receive the submission in their feed. More about Following later in this guide.