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Panera Bread For overhauling the QSR experience with tech and service. While other quick-service players like Starbucks roll out prepay and preorder technology, bakery-cafe chain Panera is going above that to reshape how diners interact with its cafes. Panera 2.0, launched in 2014 and currently being rolled out across its 1,800 U.S. restaurants, includes innovations in the company's tech, cafe layout, and even staffing. To-go users can place a mobile order up to five days in advance and pick up food from a separate shelf in the restaurant, skipping the line. Panera is in a crowded category called "quick service" that has suddenly found digital religion: Competing players like Starbucks and Pizza Hut, say, are rolling out ordering technology.
But Panera leads them all with a full reboot called Panera 2.0, which includes far-reaching revisions to how customers dine in and out, how food is prepared, and how it’s delivered. The change began last year, and is currently being rolled out across all its 1,800 U.S. restaurants—and boosts sales and traffic so much that Panera has to invest 35 more hours a week in labor for each upgraded cafe. It’s a process Panera began planning for in 2011. "From security to our network bandwidth to our processing speeds to our resiliency and recoverability, we’ve made huge investments in the back end," says Blaine Hurst, EVP of Technology and Transformation. The core of Panera 2.0 happens in one of two places: either on the Panera app on a customer’s own mobile device, or at a kiosk of tablets in the restaurant. Popplet. LIBS 110G Module 4 Resources. Summary: APA (American Psychological Association) style is most commonly used to cite sources within the social sciences.
This resource, revised according to the 6th edition, second printing of the APA manual, offers examples for the general format of APA research papers, in-text citations, endnotes/footnotes, and the reference page. For more information, please consult the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, (6th ed., 2nd printing). Guide on the Side: CST110: Evaluating Sources. Popularvsscholarly2. Primary vs. Secondary Sources. Primary information is the original account or text of an event.
Diaries, novels, movies, letters, interviews, speeches, and historical documents, such as the Declaration of Independence, are all primary sources. It is any information that has not been analyzed or interpreted. Examples: Book: Diary of a Young Girl by Anne FrankVideo: Video footage of the 9/11 tragedyJournal article: Original research from a study about college students and depression Secondary information places primary information into context, or interprets primary sources. Book: Understanding Anne Frank's The Diary of a Young Girl: A Student CasebookWebsite: A website about New Yorkers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder in relation to the 9/11 tragedyMagazine article: A magazine article that summarizes the research findings about college students and depression. Old Dominion University Libraries - Remote login.
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Home - Google Scholar @ ODU - Library Guides at Old Dominion University. What Is Dyslexia? What Causes Dyslexia? Dyslexia is a specific reading disability due to a defect in the brain's processing of graphic symbols.
It is a learning disability that alters the way the brain processes written material. It is typically characterized by difficulties in word recognition, spelling and decoding. People with dyslexia have problems with reading comprehension. The National Center for Learning Disabilities1 says that dyslexia is a neurological and often genetic condition, and not the result of poor teaching, instruction or upbringing. Dyslexia is not linked to intelligence. What is dyslexia? The problem in dyslexia is a linguistic one, not a visual one. Albert Einstein (1879-1955) lived with dyslexia. The effects of dyslexia, in fact, vary from person to person. According to the University of Michigan Health System, dyslexia is the most common learning disability2.
The National Health Service4, UK, estimates that 4-8% of all schoolchildren in England have some degree of dyslexia. Signs and symptoms Genetic causes.