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New e-book offers guidance on reopening campus

Strategic planning is critical for colleges and universities to reopen this fall. While preparations have been underway for some time, many institutions are still unsure how and when they will reopen and how life on campus will look. That’s where we can help. Our higher education team recently published a comprehensive guide to aid colleges

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Tools You Can Use for Healthcare Foodservice Safety

With the challenges brought by the global COVID-19 pandemic, CBORD is continuing to assist its customers make adjustments to operations during this time. We're collecting and creating resources, including free webinars, e-books, how-to training videos, to help you adapt your operations as needed. Live Webinars Leveraging Technology: The New Normal in Healthcare On-Demand Webinars Engaging

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Offer healthier dining options to your campus community

Physical distancing in dining will be part of the new norm on higher education campuses moving forward. As you look to reopen, measures need to be put in place to ensure the campus community stays healthy and safe. Offer Dine-in Reservations for On Campus Locations On June 3, we hosted a webinar introducing the idea

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Safer card issuance with online photo upload and pickup reservations

Our world has changed. The way we operate and do business has changed. The way the way we interact and communicate with each other has changed. And for higher education, the way we deliver services to the campus community is continuing to change. A significant shift for card offices is to a virtual summer orientation,

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The Effects of COVID-19 in Long-Term Care

Things look very different today than they did more than two months ago when COVID-19 swept across this nation. Preparedness plans have long since been executed, revamped, and revised. Safety measures are active, and creative solutions have been implemented to better protect patients and staff during a global pandemic that has now claimed nearly 100,000

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Get to Know CS Gold 8: Webinar Questions Answered

Webinar Questions and Answers CS Gold 8 has arrived! We recently hosted a webinar introducing new features and functionalities in the newly released revision of CS Gold. We couldn't get to all of your questions during the webinar, so here are answers provided by our product and development teams.   Can you explain the significance

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Higher Education – Supporting You Through COVID-19

Colleges and universities across the nation are facing unprecedented circumstances, with most being forced to close campus and transition to remote learning mid-semester. While many students have another home to go to, there are thousands across the country who have nowhere else to go. As a result, university staff must create new procedures and ways

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Menu Planning During COVID-19

Top Reasons for Simplifying Menus During Pandemics

During this pandemic, many hospital food service operations are serving more patients than usual while also experiencing loss of staff and limited supplies. Simplifying your menus is one operational adjustment you can make that will help. Hear from CBORD experts Dawn Kelly, RD, professional services consultant, and Peter Kornbrust, MS, RD, senior implementation manager, as they

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Top 5 Considerations for Campus Housing

Top 5 Considerations for University Housing Programs Right Now Sarah Hardy, housing product owner for CBORD shares her thoughts.  If your campus is closing, where will your on-campus residents live? There are so many questions that come to mind with students who must remain on campus. Do they have internet access at their place of

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Campus Foodservice Resources for COVID-19

University dining programs are shifting operations to meet the needs of students left on or near campus. On-Demand Webinars Feeding Students Part 1: A look at how universities are shifting food production and processes from eat-in to delivery and takeout. Feeding Students Part 2: Do you have students struggling with food insecurity. See how partnering

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