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Universities’ move online ‘must be done the right way’

Universities’ move online ‘must be done the right way’

Technology
Harry Ashworth should be in the final term of his first year at Oxford University, studying music. Instead he is stuck at his parents' house in south London hunched over a laptop, listening to lectures via Zoom.He doesn't feel that the sudden and dramatic change in circumstances has affected his learning too much, but he is missing some aspects of university life."I am in a jazz orchestra and that isn't really happening now. And I would have been playing at the summer balls, so there are social events that I've missed."Some of his more practical lessons have also been curtailed.Academically he feels less motivated "which makes me less stressed but also flatter"."Psychologically when you are at home it is different. When I am in m...
Coronavirus: Elon Musk vows to move Tesla factory in lockdown row

Coronavirus: Elon Musk vows to move Tesla factory in lockdown row

Business
Billionaire Tesla boss Elon Musk has said he will move the electric carmaker's headquarters out of California, after he was ordered to keep its only US vehicle plant closed."Tesla will now move its HQ and future programs to Texas/Nevada immediately," the CEO tweeted.The company is filing a lawsuit against Alameda County, he added.The county's health department had refused to let the Tesla factory reopen on Friday, citing lockdown measures. According to figures from John's Hopkins University, 2,632 people in California have died with coronavirus.Since 23 March, all but "basic operations" have been suspended at Tesla's Fremont plant, near San Francisco, because of "shelter in place" orders enacted ...
Spain lets children play as US states move at various speeds

Spain lets children play as US states move at various speeds

Health
MINNEAPOLIS -- Spain let children go outside and play Sunday for the first time in six weeks as European countries methodically worked to ease their lockdowns and reopen their economies, while governors in the United States moved at differing speeds, some more aggressive, others more cautious. Elsewhere around the world, China's state-run media said that hospitals in Wuhan, the original epicenter of the disaster, no longer have any COVID-19 patients, after a crisis in which the city recorded nearly 3,900 deaths. And British Prime Minister Boris Johnson planned to be back at his desk Monday at 10 Downing St. after a bout with the coronavirus that put him in intensive care. While governors in states like hard-hit New York and Michigan are keeping stay-at-home restrictions in place until at ...

Sports news LIVE: Arsenal agree 12.5 per cent wage cuts with players, Sancho ‘agrees Man United move’, Pochettino tipped for Newcastle job

Sports
[unable to retrieve full-text content]We will bring you all the latest sports news, views and updates on how the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect the sporting calendar. Headlines: Arsenal have become the first Premier League club to agree on salary reductions with first-team players Jadon Sancho to Manchester United transfer: ‘Almost every detail’ of deal taking England wonderkid to […] talkSPORT