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Many of the UK's most famous castles can be toured virtually. Virtual "vacations" are on the rise amid travel restrictions due to the coronavirus. There are outright bans or strict rules in place for visiting some countries, including many in Europe. US citizens have to quarantine for 14 days after arriving in the UK, while borders to the EU remain shut to US tourists. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It's that time of year — or at least, it's that time of the pandemic — when photos of Europeans going on vacation to Italy or the south of France take over social media. It hurts only a little, especially as the borders to the EU remain closed to US tourists and a 14-day quarantine is mandated for those traveling to the UK. Many countries are keeping American travelers out because the outbreak is not considered contained in the US, with total reported cases approaching 5.5 million at last count — far more than any other country's reported case total. Luckily, a few English and Scottish castles were nice enough to "open" their doors so anyone (including US citizens) can virtually take the holiday we all very much need. And though we can't actually sit in the gardens at Scotland's Blair Castle or walk the rooms of the Queen's Palace of Holyroodhouse — with a good internet connection, we can pretend that we're right there. Too bad no one has recreated this virtual experience for the beaches in Portofino (yet, anyway).  Here's how to access the online tour offerings for five stunning English castles that make for an ideal virtual-weekend escape.SEE ALSO: 5 ways to throw a posh virtual cocktail and dinner party, from the owner of the 'Downton Abbey' castle DON'T MISS: James Cagney's longtime Martha's Vineyard retreat, an 18th-century estate on nearly 70 acres, is for sale — take a closer look at the Hollywood legend's summer home The Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, Scotland Noted for being Queen Elizabeth II's official residence in Scotland, the Palace of Holyroodhouse offers a free virtual tour of its Royal Dining Room, its Grand Stair, and its Morning Drawing Room.  By touring the place and clicking the "I" icon that hovers over some objects in the rooms, people can learn more about this famous Edinburgh palace and its history. For example, in the Morning Drawing Room, virtual visitors can learn about the cloisonné enamel copper incense burner, which was given to Queen Victoria in 1896 by Chinese Ambassador Li Hongzhang on behalf of the Emperor of China. The burner dates back to the second half of the 1700s. Typically, the Palace of Holyroodhouse palace is open year-round to the public and even hosts garden parties.  Access to Virtual Tours: HERE Source: Royal UK Blair Castle & Gardens in Perthshire, Scotland Located in Perthshire, Scotland, Blair Castle currently has free virtual tours of its gardens and a few of its rooms. The castle is best known for being home to 19 generations of the Atholl Family, a prominent Scottish family whose members included politicians, entrepreneurs, agriculturists, scholars, and soldiers. Each generation of the Atholl family has made its mark on the castle, and a tour of its grounds captures key moments in Scotland's history.  Access to Virtual Tour: HERE Source: Blair Castle Sissinghurst Castle in the Weald of Kent, England Located in Cranbrook, Kent, the Sissinghurst Castle offers numerous free tours of its gardens, courtyard, and libraries. It is part of the National Trust, a charity organization in the UK that seeks to preserve heritage monuments.  In the 1930s, the castle underwent a massive transformation by writer Vita Sackville-West. Her husband, Sir Harold Nicolson, helped map out the garden rooms. The Sissinghurst Castle Gardens created by Sackville-West and her husband are among the country's most famous gardens today. Previously, in the 1700s, the castle was a prison, before it went on to house the women's land army and later became a family home. The virtual tour of this castle also gives access to the top of its famous Tours, in which the entire 450-acre estate can be seen.  Access Virtual Tour of Garden: HERE Access Virtual Tour of Rose Garden: HERE Access Virtual  Tour of Courtyard: HERE Access Virtual Tour of Library: HERE Source: National Trust Buckingham Palace in London, England Perhaps the most famous palace in the world, many parts of Buckingham Palace can be virtually toured for free from the comfort of one's home.  The tours give access to the Grand Staircase, the White Drawing Room, the Throne Room, and the Blue Drawing Room. Located in the Westminster area of London, England, Buckingham is best known as the official London residence of Queen Elizabeth II. Access All Virtual Tours: HERE Source: Royal UK Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, England Blenheim Palace, located in the Woodstock region of Oxfordshire, England, has been home to the Marlborough family for centuries.  Through the palace's website, visitors can book specialist virtual tours with Blenheim's palace historian, Antonia Keaney. Rich with history, people will be able to choose what type of experience they want to have and can dive into the storied background of the palace, including learning about Winston Churchill and his relation to the palace, what life was like at the palace during World War II, and the story behind the first Duchess of Marlborough who lived here.   Each tour lasts about 45 minutes, and tickets can be purchased in advance. Book Virtual Tour: HERE Source: Blenheim Palace
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced firms around the world to shut down their offices and their employees to work from home – with many wondering what the future holds.  Perlego – the "Spotify for textbooks" – analyzed data from more than 600 of its C-suite customers to find out what business leaders were reading in these strange times.  Standouts include books by Nike cofounder Phil Knight and tech investor Ben Horowitz.  Perlego CEO Gauthier Van Malderen said senior execs had used their time in isolation to learn the "crucial skills" needed for businesses to survive.  Click here for more BI Prime stories. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in businesses all around the world shutting down their offices and telling employees to work from home.  The change of pace has forced senior executives to strategize the future of their firms while relying on video-calls and text messages.  Perlego – an online library startup dubbed the "Spotify of textbooks" – has analyzed the most popular books read by more than 600 C-suite executives using its platform.  Titles include bestsellers by the likes of Nike cofounder Phil Knight and Ben Horowitz, one of the best-known investors in Silicon Valley.  "[Executives] are reading books on leading in times of crisis, dealing with stress, engaging a remote workforce, preparing for a post-COVID world and many more topics," Perlego CEO Gauthier Van Malderen told Business Insider. We broke down the 20 most popular books being read by C-suite executives this summer: 20. "Uncertainty and Strategic Decision Making" by Kristian J. Sund, Robert J. Galavan and Anne S. Huff Read it here >> Released in 2017, this book brings together best practices as outlined by three National University of Ireland business experts, working through ideas such as the role of intuition in decision making, managerial biases, and strategic change. 19. "Managing Oneself" by Peter F. Drucker Read it here >>  Widely regarded as the "father of modern management", Peter F. Drucker's 2017 tome is just the latest in his back catalogue of 39 books on management.  A short but solid read, "Managing Oneself" promises to help employees at every level take control of their careers.  18. "Resilient Organizations" by Erica Seville Read it here >> In "Resilient Organizations", author Dr Erica Seville poses the question: "Do we need to wait until a crisis strikes to see how resilient an organization is?"  Founder of the Resilient Organizations research programme, Dr Seville provides readers with the essential knowledge needed to allow businesses to thrive in the toughest of circumstances.  17. "Leadershift" by John C. Maxwell Read it here >> Released less than one year ago, "Leadershift" is the latest work by New York Times bestselling author John C. Maxwell.  In "Leadershift", Maxwell helps leaders make the changes the current fast-paced environment demands, including continual learning, speed, the big picture and uncertainty.    16. "Get a Life!" by Rick Hughes Read it here >>  Striking the correct work-life balance for you can be a hard task – and even harder to maintain, especially as circumstances change around you. "Get A Life!" is a practical handbook to help you get on top of it. Written by internationally renowned coach, counselor and wellbeing consultant Rick Hughes, his book covers everything from assessing your needs, workload management and roundly debunk the myths of perfectionism so prominent in places like Silicon Valley.  15. "The Age of Influence" by Neal Schaffer Read it here >>  In many ways, social media has been a democratizing force, upending traditional notions of authority and influence, even as new information is created and consumed all around us.  In "The Age of Influence", Neal Schaffer – the internationally recognized social media marketing expert – outlines what part that shift has played in online marketing in "the Influencer Era". "The Age of Influence" is a handbook for anyone who wants to successfully spread a message in the age of social media. 14. "Trailblazer" by Marc Benioff Read it here >>  When Salesforce chairman and CEO Marc Benioff called for greater regulation on the tech industry at the Davos World Economic Forum – going so far as to say Facebook ought to be reined in "the same way you regulated the cigarette industry" – he found himself at the center of a media frenzy. In "Trailblazer", Benioff outlines a model for others to follow if they want to thrive in the modern business environment, with criticism of corporate greed bringing new pressures to bear on industry leaders.  "Trailblazer" is a cutting-edge guidebook to help us all prepare for the arrival of "business for good". 13. "The Future is Faster Than You Think" by Peter H. Diamadis and Steven Kotler Read it here >>  Technology is accelerating far more quickly than anyone could have imagined. During the next decade, we will experience more upheaval and create more wealth than we have in the past hundred years. In this gripping and insightful roadmap to our near future, Diamandis and Kotler investigate how wave after wave of exponentially accelerating technologies will impact both our daily lives and society as a whole. What happens as AI, robotics, virtual reality, digital biology, and sensors crash into 3D printing, blockchain, and global gigabit networks? How will these convergences transform today's legacy industries? And what will happen to the way we raise our kids, govern our nations, and care for our planet? 12. "Coronavirus: Leadership and Recovery: The Insights You Need from Harvard Business Review" Read it here >>  As the pandemic wreaks havoc with the global economy, forward-looking organizations are moving past crisis management and positioning themselves to leap ahead in a transformed economy after what this book dubs "Great Pause."  This book, distributed by from Harvard Business School, provides you with essential thinking about managing your company through the Covid-19 pandemic, keeping your employees – and yourself – healthy and productive, and challenging your business to continue innovating and reinvent itself ahead of the recovery.   11. "The Insider's Guide to Culture Change" by Siobhan McHale 10. "Crisis Leadership" by Tim Johnson Read it here >>  From the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the oil disaster of Deepwater Horizon, to the global pandemic now gripping the world, corporations are coming to realize that the impossible can happen all too easily. "Crisis Leadership" examines the challenges faced by leaders at each stage of the crisis "lifecycle," from the instant they learn of the crisis, through to moments of critical decision-making and the final tumultuous days. 9. "Hardiness" by Steven J. Stein and Paul T. Bartone Read it here >>  Published in December, "Hardiness" is the latest book from clinical psychologist Steven J. Stein and research fellow Paul T. Bartone.  The book uses case studies – including artists, athletes, first responders and soldiers – to demonstrate what they call "the three Cs" of hardiness in action: control, commitment and challenge.   "The Diversity Bonus" by Scott E. Page Read it here >>  In "The Diversity Bonus" Scott Page, a professor of social science and management at the University of Michigan, argues that a diverse workforce is key to a company's success — that means hiring people with different expertise, backgrounds, perspectives and ways of problem solving. Page lists examples of companies with a diverse workforce that outperform firms with more homogeneous teams. He labels this improved performance, which he sees in both complex problem solving and in coming up with new ideas, a "diversity bonus." The book also discusses the different ways people analyze, perceive, and organize the same tasks, and how this is affected by gender, race, and identity. 7. "Can You Hear Me?" by Nick Morgan Read it here >>  In Washington Post bestseller "Can You Hear Me?", Nick Morgan explains why the quality of human connection we experience in many forms of virtual communication is so subpar. Morgan outlines five big problems with communication in the virtual world — lack of feedback, lack of empathy, lack of control, lack of emotion, and lack of connection and commitment — sharply highlighting what is lost in our accelerating shift to a more virtual world. 6. "Get Sh*t Done: The Ultimate Guide to Productivity, Procrastination, and Profitability" by Jeffrey Gitomer Read it here >>  Published last year, "Get Sh*t Done" tells you why you're failing to achieve your goals in business and life, and suggests strategies that can help. One of Amazon's best-selling authors, Gitomer outlines a step-by-step guide to becoming more motivated and productive, with the aim of boosting your income and help you build better work habits. 5. "Disrupt It Yourself" by Simone Bhan Ahuja Read it here >>  Today, driving innovation from within an organization is the single most important factor for a company's success. In Disrupt-It-Yourself, Simone Ahuja delivers a clear and practical playbook for harnessing and cultivating this essential practice of "intrapreneurship. " Based on hundreds of interviews as well as on her consulting work in Fortune 500 companies, Ahuja describes the competencies of successful intrapreneurs, and how they must be supported– before they leave. 4. "Work Together Anywhere" by Lisette Sutherland and K. Janene-Nelson Read it here >>  Released in June, "Work Together Anywhere", Lisette Sutherland, an international champion of virtual-team strategies, offers a complete blueprint for optimizing team success by supporting every member of every team. Packed with hands-on materials and actionable advice for cultivating agility, camaraderie, and collaboration, this book is a thorough and inspiring must-have guide for getting ahead in today's remote-working world. 3. "Inclusive Talent Management: How Business can Thrive in an Age of Diversity" by Stephen Frost and Danny Kalman Read it here » In "Inclusive Talent Management", Stephen Frost, head of diversity and inclusion at major UK accountancy firm KPMG, and Danny Kalman, director of global talent at Panasonic, team up to deliver practical measures for improving diversity in the workforce.  Firms should, for example, launch apprenticeships and partner with networks comprising people from under-represented groups. Leaders should not just say the right words, but take the right action, the book says. 2. "Shoe Dog" by Phil Knight Read it here >>  In this New York Times bestseller, Nike cofounder Phil Knight reveals what it was like in the early days of his intrepid startup – and how it evolved into one of the world's most iconic brands.  Bill Gates named "Shoe Dog" as one of his five favorite books of 2016, calling it "an amazing tale". He said: "[It's] a refreshingly honest reminder of what the path to business success really looks like."  1. "The Hard Thing About Hard Things" by Ben Horowitz Read it here >> Top of the list is "The Hard Thing About Hard Things", the 2014 bestseller by one of Silicon Valley's most respected and experienced entrepreneurs, Ben Horowitz.  Filled with his trademark humor and straight talk, Horowitz's book is invaluable for veteran entrepreneurs as well as those aspiring to their own new ventures, drawing from his personal and often humbling experiences.
You can change the language on HBO Max in a number of different ways. If a show is offered in multiple languages, you'll see this option labeled with a play button icon on both its details page and during playback.  You can search for shows in language genres, such as the "Latino" shows and movies tab. If you're looking to change your app language, you can change your device or browser settings. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Playing a show or movie on HBO Max in another language is as easy as one click — if the show offers other languages, that is. If an HBO Max title has language options other than English available, you'll see this option labeled on both the title's details page and during playback. For most shows or movies, this means it will play with that language's subtitles (the audio will remain the same). Unfortunately, overall, only a small percentage of popular shows are offered in another language. You can also change your device or browser settings for the app to reflect your language preference.  Here are all the ways you can try watching HBO Max in another language. Check out the products mentioned in this article: HBO Max (From $14.99 a month at available at HBO Max) iPhone 11 (From $699.99 at Apple) Samsung Galaxy S10 (From $699.99 at Walmart) Apple Macbook Pro (From $1,299.00 at Apple) How to play HBO Max content in another language For the most part, browsing different language options looks exactly the same whether you're accessing HBO Max through the mobile app or your desktop. Unfortunately, many videos are not offered in multiple languages. If this is the case for the show or movie you want to watch, you won't see anything labeled in its details page. This means that it is only offered in the language in which it was recorded. 1. To browse genres, click or tap the three bars in the upper left corner. 2. You can sort through titles alphabetically or by type at the top of the search page.  HBO Max offers the "Latino" category, where you'll find shows and movies filmed in Spanish.  You can also choose the "International" genre, which will include a variety of shows and movies produced in other languages. HBO notes that these titles will play with their original audio with English subtitles. For shows that were produced in English, there is no audio dubbing available in other languages. 3. Click or tap to explore the show's details.  4. Once you've selected a show, you'll see its alternate languages listed next to a play button icon.  If you're on your desktop, this option is visible in both the show's details and during playback.  If you're on the mobile app, this option is only visible on the details page, not during playback.  5. Tap the other language to begin watching.  6. To switch back, you'll have to return to the details page using the "Back" button and then select the other language. How to change the HBO Max app or site language by changing your device or browser settings While changing your device or browser settings won't change the language of your show or movie, it can alter descriptions or labels to match your language preference. These changes can include altering settings on your Android phone or tablet. If you use an Apple device, the process will be different on an iPhone or iPad versus a Mac computer.  Additionally, this can mean altering your browser preferences. Each browser's settings will look slightly different, though all should offer other languages. This includes Google Chrome and Firefox. The browser should translate the HBO Max webpage. Related coverage from Tech Reference: How to download HBO Max movies and shows onto your phone or tablet to watch when you're without internet How to add a profile to your HBO Max account, including 'Kid' profiles with parental controls How to change your payment method on HBO Max, no matter how you signed up for it How to 'cast' HBO Max onto your TV with a Google Chromecast device connected to your computer or phone How to use the 'watch later' list on HBO Max to save movies and shows you're interested in  SEE ALSO: The best media streaming sticks and devices Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: How waste is dealt with on the world's largest cruise ship
You can enable the text-to-speech feature on your Kindle Fire device to have written content read aloud. Both Kindle content and your personal documents can utilize the text-to-speech feature. Text-to-speech inputs are also available for languages other than English and can be downloaded via the progress bar within the book itself. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. If you are vision-impaired or simply want to hear your book or document aloud rather than reading the text, Kindle Fire has a text-to-speech feature that will translate the written words to audio so you can listen aloud. Best of all, text-to-speech is not only available for Kindle books but also for many (though not all) personal text files. Turning on text-to-speech is easy and should only take a few seconds. Books in the Kindle store will even notify you if the capability is available before you purchase, though the feature must be turned on within the book or document itself, where available. Once enabled, you can begin playing the audio immediately.  Check out the products mentioned in this article: Amazon Kindle (From $89.00 at Amazon)  Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet (From $59.99 at Amazon) How to enable text-to-speech on your Kindle Fire 1. On your Kindle Fire, open the book or document you wish you read.  2. In the upper right corner of the screen, tap the three vertically stacked dots to reveal a list of menu options.  3. Tap "Additional settings." 4. Scroll down until you see the "Text-to-Speech" option and toggle the button to the "on" position, which will turn the toggle box orange.  5. Hit the "back" button to return to your book.  6. To begin utilizing text-to-speech, tap the screen and then tap the play button at the bottom to begin hearing your book. Your book or document should then begin to be read aloud.   Related coverage from Tech Reference: 'Why won't my Kindle charge?': How to troubleshoot charging issues on your Kindle device How to read Kindle books on a PC in 2 different ways How to restart your Kindle device in 3 simple steps to get back in working order You can use text-to-speech in the Kindle app on an iPad using an accessibility feature — here's how to turn it on A guide to text-to-speech, the popular accessibility feature that lets your computer, phone, or tablet read to you SEE ALSO: The best Kindles and ereaders Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: How waste is dealt with on the world's largest cruise ship
Hulu is a popular video-streaming service with thousands of movies and TV shows, including original Hulu content.  The platform is easy to use, but there some tips, tricks, and add-ons worth exploring to improve your streaming experience. Special features include Hulu Watch Party, which lets you stream and watch content simultaneously with friends, and Hulu Kids Profiles, which let you restrict and monitor your child's viewing activity.  Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. With more streaming services you can shake a remote at, it's admittedly difficult to keep track of all the detailed features that each streaming service offers, Hulu included. Since it's launch in 2007,  Hulu has become a major player in the streaming world thanks to a spate of critically acclaimed original TV shows and the addition of its live TV service.  If you're looking to be entertained, we got you covered with the best movies on Hulu and the best Hulu Original TV shows you can watch right now.  But if you're looking to get the most out of Hulu, here are a few of our favorite tips to make your streaming experience even better.  Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky   1. Personalize your experience with profiles People you share your account with are bound to have different tastes in movies and TV. Luckily, Hulu allows you to create up to six separate profiles so your family and friends (plus kids!) can enjoy a streaming experience tailored to their preferences and viewing history.  Depending on whether you use your computer, mobile device, or smart TV, the method for creating a new profile will look slightly different.  On the web, you can create a profile by hovering your cursor over your profile in the top right corner of the screen and selecting "Manage Profiles." From there, click "(+) Add Profile" and fill out the required fields. For mobile and TV-connected devices, you can create a profile by accessing your Account page.  You can edit or delete a profile at any time, and Hulu makes it easy to switch between profiles seamlessly.   Creating a Kids Profile If you wish to create a profile for a child, there is an option to toggle the "Kids Mode" on when creating a profile. A Kids Profile gives children access to Hulu's "Kids Hub," and prohibits access to mature content.  2. Track your favorite content with My Stuff "My Stuff" is exactly what it sounds like. Whether you want to be notified about new episodes, save a film to watch for later, or catch something before it leaves Hulu, adding content to "My Stuff" allows you to keep track of shows or movies you're interested in. To add a show or movie to "My Stuff," all you have to do is visit the details page of the show or movie and click the "+" icon near the play button. If you're fond of a particular television network, you can add it to "My Stuff" as well.  It's important to note that if you're using a device that only supports the older version of Hulu — what's billed as the "classic" Hulu app — you'll see a feature called "Watchlist." The main difference between the two is that "Watchlist" tracks everything you watch, while "My Stuff" tracks what you've added manually, which makes for a more curated experience.  3. Get better recommendations  If you're not happy with the recommendations Hulu offers, you can help the platform learn your tastes by using the "like" and "dislike" system.  How it works is simple: When you "like" a show or movie, Hulu tweaks its suggestion algorithm to recommend similar content. And when you "dislike" something, Hulu will stop suggesting it on the home screen and other areas in the app.  Using this "like/dislike" system will look slightly different depending on which device you're using, but in general, just look for the "thumbs up" and "thumbs down" icons. If you ever want to undo your sentiment, you'll just need to tap it again.  4. View and manage your watch history Embarrassing content in your watch history? We're not judging. But if you ever want to remove any titles from your watch history, Hulu makes it easy.  Your watch history is located within the "Keep Watching" collection, which you can access from the home screen. You can remove a single show or movie from your history, or clear your entire Hulu watch history once. Learn how to clear your watch history on Hulu. 5. Know the compatible streaming devices The latest Hulu app is supported on a number of viewing platforms, making it easy for you to watch your favorite Hulu content on any device. Smart TVs: You can watch Hulu on many different kinds of smart TVs, such as Apple TV, Fire TV, and Samsung TV. The Hulu app is often built into these devices.  Streaming sticks: Hulu is also available on most streaming sticks and devices, such as Chromecast, Roku Stick, and Fire TV Stick.  Gaming consoles: You can even download and watch Hulu on your gaming console, such as Xbox and PlayStation.  Phones and tablets: To watch Hulu on any phone or tablet, simply download the Hulu app from your device's app store.  Note that if you only have access to the older version of Hulu, or the Classic Hulu app, you have fewer options for compatible streaming. You can view the full list of compatible devices on Hulu's website. 6. Host a virtual viewing party Hulu Watch Parties are a great way to connect with friends or family when you're far apart. Watch Parties allow you to watch movies or TV shows simultaneously with others from each of your respective devices, while chatting about what's going on in a sidebar next to the video.  To create or join a Hulu Watch Party, you must have the ad-free subscription level of Hulu and you must be watching in a web browser on your computer or tablet. Also important to note: Watch Party only allows up to 8 people viewing from different devices. 7. Set the best video quality  UHD, also known as 4K, is short for ultra high definition video quality. Think HD (high definition), but better. For the uninitiated, 4K provides an image resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, which is about four times as much as HD videos.  If you have a device that's compatible with 4K content, such as the Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV, you can access and watch 4K content on most streaming services. To watch 4K content on Hulu, you must have one of five kinds of devices that Hulu allows you to stream 4K on. Even if you have one of these devices, Hulu only offers 4K viewing for some of its original shows, such as The Handmaid's Tale and Marvel's Runaways. All told, when compared to other streaming services such as Amazon Prime Video, Hulu's 4K offerings are sparse.  8. Download content to watch offline As with other streaming apps, Hulu lets you download shows and movies to your mobile device to watch offline. But, with Hulu, you must have an ad-free subscription package to access this feature, which can come in handy if you're on an airplane or in a remote area without access to Wi-Fi.  Not all Hulu content is available for offline viewing, but you can easily search for downloadable content by choosing the "Downloadable" category on the Hulu search page, which is only available on the mobile app. You can have up to 25 titles downloaded at a time across 5 different devices, and each download expires after 30 days.  Learn how to download Hulu content for offline viewing.  9. Change the language The majority of content on Hulu is in English, but there are a few options for Spanish speakers (or anyone who wants to improve their Spanish skills). You can change the language of subtitles on some shows or movies. However, Hulu only offers subtitles in Spanish or English, and while English subtitles are available on any show, Spanish subtitles are only available on some shows.  Hulu does offer Spanish language versions (where the audio itself is dubbed in Spanish, rather than just the subtitles) of some extremely popular shows, such as Community en Español or Desperate Housewives en Español.  Unlike Netflix, Hulu does not let you change the language of the website or app itself, only the language of subtitles on select shows.  10. Format closed captions for better visibility If you prefer to watch content with subtitles, or closed captions, Hulu lets you add English subtitles to any show, and Spanish subtitles to some shows.  You can even customize the appearance of subtitles by changing the font, color, size, opacity, and more. Here's how to customize and turn off, or on, subtitles on Hulu on your desktop or mobile device.  11. Add a premium subscription Hulu partners with other streaming services to offer a variety of subscription packages that can greatly expand your library of content. In addition to including premium add-ons like HBO Max, Showtime, Starz, Cinemax, and useful feature add-ons like Unlimited Screens, here's a quick overview of the most popular plans and add-ons: For more information on plan costs and subscription tiers, visit Hulu. 12. Cancel or pause your Hulu subscription You can cancel your Hulu subscription at any time, and your access will continue until the end of your current payment period. If you're thinking about cancelling your subscription, or, say, just going on an extended vacation, you can also pause your subscription at no charge for up to 12 weeks. If you choose to resume your Hulu subscription, you can reactivate it without losing any of your preferences. If you'd like to change your Hulu plan, there are several ways you can do so. If you're signed up through Hulu itself, you can only make changes on Hulu's website, not on the mobile app. But, if you're subscribed to Hulu through a third party billing app like Disney+ or Spotify, you'll need to make changes directly through that service's site.  The bottom line After over a decade of updates and expansion, Hulu has become one of the most popular and preferred streaming services out there. No matter what you watch on Hulu, you can bet on a vast library and an always-improving interface that's simple to use. And if you're thinking about a Hulu subscription, the streaming service makes the decision easy. Every service Hulu offers begins with a free trial, which you can cancel at any time. SEE ALSO: The best media streaming sticks and devices Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: How waste is dealt with on the world's largest cruise ship
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Welcome To Lawsofquran.com the holy quranteachings of qurantafsir of quranquran in english  laws of quranLaws of Quran - We presenting The Holy Quran Tafsir Teachings Book in English version To know the true God honor and obey Basic Teachings of the Koran It is widely regarded as the finest work in classical Arabic literature foundation of islamA very first step towards God because at this point you are submitting your ego, your race, your tribe, your nationality, your class and your family under God's system and guidance.Nothing is above or more important than God.Quran 2:30And [mention, O Muhammad], when your Lord said to the angels, "Indeed, I will make upon the earth a successive authority."They said, "Will You place upon it one who causes corruption therein and sheds blood, while we declare Your praise and sanctify You?"Allah said, "Indeed, I know that which you do not know.This speech is formed and uttered by Arabic language as per usage of Arabs at that time, a language which consists of noun, verb and letter.Muslim skepticism into Quranic laws are not towards its origin or truthfulness but towards its authority, applicability and activity.
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An algorithm used to determine school-leaving grades in England has downgraded 39% of the results predicted by teachers — with disadvantaged students suffering the biggest drop. Exam regulator Ofqual adopted the system when exams across the country were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, teachers were instructed to submit their predicted grades for each student. The algorithm then moderated their assessments by comparing them to their school‘s historic performance and each pupil’s past results. In total, the algorithm downgraded about 280,000 A-level results, with poorer students more likely to receive lower grades. Ofqual’s figures revealed pupils at fee-paying schools received double the improvement in… This story continues at The Next Web
Robert Pattinson, the Batman star, recently revealed that he lied to Tenet director Christopher Nolan about going to the screen test for the DCEU movie.The Batman actor Robert Pattinson accepted that during his audition for the upcoming DC Extended Universe movie, he had to keep the new project secret and could not reveal it to anyone, so he had to lie about it.Robert Douglas Thomas Pattinson is an English actor.He started his acting at the age of 15 in a London theatre club by playing Cedric Diggory in a fantasy film named Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005).Then he performed the lead character of Edward Cullen in the adapted film of the novel Twilight, which consists of five films between the years of 2008 and 2012.Sources : https://directory-nation.com/blog/pattinson-lied-to-director-nolan-for-his-batman-audition/In 2020, Pattinson is a part of several projects.And he is filming for the upcoming 2021 film The Batman, which is Matt Reeves’s project.Tenet is an American spy movie, written, directed and produced by Christopher Nolan.The casting of the film began in March 2019, and they soon found the protagonist of the movie Robert Pattinson.
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Now five years old, Google's Next Billion Users initiative has around 300 central employees and works with teams across YouTube, Chrome, and more. NBU builds new products, and adapts existing Google products, for emerging markets. It was an idea Sundar Pichai first floated when he became CEO in 2015. Voice, vernacular, and video are the three big themes it's focusing on today, says product lead Josh Woodward. Some products, like NBU's files app, have gone on to become surprise global hits. There will be more to come. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. When Sundar Pichai was appointed Google's CEO in 2015, one of his early ideas was an initiative to explore how emerging markets were coming online — and how Google's products might not be suitable for many of those users. The division was named Next Billion Users (NBU) and set out to build products for countries where perhaps Wi-Fi is less available, mobile data costs are higher, or phones lack the mammoth amounts of storage that they often have in the US. NBU started out looking at India, Indonesia and Brazil, but has since expanded its scope to include Mexico and Nigeria. Today, the division has around 300 central employees and "hundreds" of other members across teams including YouTube, Play, and Chrome, said Josh Woodward, NBU's director of product management, in an interview with Business Insider. Projects have included Google Go, a stripped-down search app built for lightweight data use. Some of the products have even gone on to become surprise global hits, such as offline Google Maps directions, and Files Go (now named Files by Google) which was, funnily enough, originally built to seek and destroy unwanted memes.  "One of the big problems we were seeing was people forwarding WhatsApp memes to each other, that was filling up a lot of storage [on their phones]," said Woodward. "So, the team in Mountain View connected with the Google Photos team who had built a lot of interesting computer vision stuff and we were able to train that model to detect these memes." But the app has boomed well outside of its target market. "The US today is the fourth most popular country for the files app, which is interesting because we never designed it for the US," said Woodward. NBU's work is split between adapting existing Google products in ways that make sense for other markets, and building entirely new products that are more locally relevant. And as time has moved on and smartphone use has increased, says Woodward, the team has focused more on people who are coming online for the very first time. "If you were to try to boil down the three big trends happening in NBU today, I would say it's voice, vernacular – which is how people who don't usually speak English are coming online in massive quantities – and then video," said Woodward. The team has offices and conducts field research in the countries where it's focused, so the pandemic has posed an obvious obstacle to much of its work. "Our whole culture we had built around empathy, either building teams in a country or flying people in for two weeks into NBU studios, we've had to shift entirely," said Woodward. To compensate for not being in the field, the team has been finding other ways of instilling some level of empathy in a Google engineer for a first-time internet user in Mumbai, said Woodward. For example, there's a mind-boggling internal game called 'Gorm the Zop,' which NBU employees are made to play to try to understand how confusing smartphones and the internet can be for a first-time user.  "We usually call people up in front of an all-hands meetings and have them play it in front of their peers." said Woodward. But the new normal has also changed the way NBU is thinking about the future, especially on the themes of employment and digital payments, said Woodward. "These both feel like areas where we've almost hit a fast-forward button to 2030 and we're seeing the pace of change in these areas really fast," he said. "For most workers in a lot of countries where we're doing research with right now, they're printing out CVs and dropping them in wooden boxes to try to get jobs," he added. "That world is going to change and become digital." Video calling replacing face-to-face interviews are a big part of that shift that the pandemic is only accelerating. Meanwhile, the team sees a lot more opportunities to build on its success in digital payments, particularly in India where Google Pay allows merchants to display digital storefronts in the app where users can even browse and order from menus. There's been speculation that Google will bring some of these features to the US, too, where Google Pay has been slower to grow but could be invigorated by a pandemic-driven push toward contactless payments. Then there's Jio, India's telecom platform giant, into which Google just put a $4.5 billion (7.5%) stake. The two are now working together on a custom version of Android for entry-level phones – a way for Google to get its range of apps and services in the hands of even more people. "We're still in the early stages of defining the exact specs and products and what not," said Woodward. "[Jio] of course understand India, they have distribution, they have key assets in the country." NBU has had its failures along the way, too. In February, it shuttered Google Stations, a program which put free Wi-Fi in more than 400 railway stations in India and other parts of the world. It was a project that made much more sense in late 2014, and less so when India's Jio network arrived and data costs plummeted. Then in May, Neighborly, an app launched in Mumbai for residents to connect with locals, was shuttered after it failed to gain traction. "If people tended to have an important local question, they might ask it on Neighborly but they had that really important question maybe once a month.... so the frequency of use just wasn't there," said Woodward. With Alphabet focusing on bringing the internet to other parts of the world via fiber networks or internet balloons, there also may be more opportunities for these teams to work with NBU. Woodward says NBU is less focused on the infrastructure side right now, but said the team worked with Alphabet's Loon for its rollout of internet service in Kenya. Woodward says the "beating heart" of NBU right now is how Google learns from users who are mobile-only, but the finding could affect Google's broader, global product strategy ahead. "We used to say in 2015 the future of the internet looks like the next billion users, which was kind of a rallying cry to come and join our team. But actually I would say that future is the present now. These are the users who are determining a lot of the trends we're going to see play out in the US and the rest of the world."Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why thoroughbred horse semen is the world's most expensive liquid
In the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, Greece emerged as a surprising success story. The government’s swift actions to close down the country in February and March helped it avoid the high death tolls that other nations experienced and positioned it well to reopen. The country began lifting lockdown restrictions in early May and started welcoming international travellers again in mid-June, enticing tourists with the promise of a largely coronavirus-free getaway.Since then, however, the number of coronavirus cases in Greece has risen alarmingly, and scientists say the country is now officially experiencing a second wave. On Sunday, Greece recorded 203 new infections, the highest daily tally since the start of the pandemic.Much of the blame has fallen on partygoers packing into beach bars and nightclubs. The government on Monday imposed a late-night curfew on bars and restaurants in popular nightlife destinations, including the islands of Mykonos, Santorini, and Corfu.“Unfortunately, the transmission of the virus is increasing dangerously,” said Health Minister Vasilis Kikilias. “I call once again on the young and those citizens who do not follow the basic measures of personal protection — masks, hygiene rules, safety distances — to consider their responsibilities towards vulnerable groups, the rest of our fellow citizens and the country.”Young people have become a convenient scapegoat for rising infections in many parts of the world. In the United Kingdom, the city of Preston was placed on local lockdown last week after a significant rise in cases among people under age 30, which health officials linked to people mixing in pubs and homes.In response, government officials are telling young people, “Don’t Kill Granny,” to try to reinforce the idea that, even if they don’t have symptoms, they could spread the virus to more vulnerable populations.“Young people are inevitably among the brave and the bold. They want to be adventurous and out and about,” Adrian Phillips, chief executive of the Preston City Council, told the BBC. “But we know that they have the virus, are more likely to at the moment. They often have less symptoms, but they do take it back to their household. And the community spread we are seeing, we believe in many cases, are young people taking it home and catching the virus.” The story has been similar in other countries as lockdown restrictions have eased. In early May, South Korea scrambled to contain a coronavirus outbreak linked to several nightclubs in Seoul. In Spain, parties and nightclubs have become new coronavirus hotspots. German health officials have warned that people have become careless about social distancing. And in parts of the United States, as well, officials have pointed to parties as a major reason for rising infection rates.“We’re finding that the social events and gatherings, these parties where people aren’t wearing masks, are our primary source of infection,” Erika Lautenbach, director of the Whatcom County Health Department in Washington state, told NPR.None of this should come as a huge shock. The coronavirus spreads easily when people spend time in close contact with each other, particularly indoors. “Nighttime venues tend to be poorly ventilated, and the volume of the music means you have to speak loudly, which has been documented as a risk factor,” Joan Ramón Villalbí, the spokesperson for the Spanish Public Health Association, told El País. Individuals may be faulted for flouting official guidelines on social distancing or mask-wearing, or for attending illegal parties and raves. But many countries have also encouraged patrons to return to bars, restaurants and other establishments in the name of reviving the hospitality industry. In such situations — particularly after months spent in lockdown — appeals to moderation can fall on deaf ears.When pubs reopened in the United Kingdom last month, popular nightlife areas were quickly packed with merrymakers, and John Apter, chairman of the Police Federation, said it was “crystal clear” that drunk people are unable to properly socially distance.The risk that lifting travel restrictions and reopening businesses could trigger an increase in infections has been known since the beginning — in Greece as well.“We all knew, both we and our scientists and experts, that with the opening of our borders we would have a partial increase in cases,” Vassilis Kikilias, the health minister, said last month. But “the economy and tourism must survive.”Young people going to parties and bars are hardly the only cause of the coronavirus outbreaks. There are many other situations in which people also spend time in close proximity to each other. Around the world, outbreaks have been linked to senior care homes, meat processing plants, warehouses and distribution centres, public housing and other high-density living arrangements.In the United Kingdom, the city of Leicester was the first to be placed on local lockdown at the end of June following a surge of coronavirus cases. While public health officials have not identified a specific cause of the outbreak, officials have raised concerns about the city’s garment factories and food processing plants, where workers have complained of poor conditions for years.In July, UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he was “very worried about the employment practices in some factories.”The situation is similar in Germany and other countries, including the United States, where labourers ― often immigrants or people of colour ― tend to work in dangerous conditions and live together in crowded dormitories or multi-generational housing.Government failures also play a part in the coronavirus resurgence. In Australia, the hotel quarantine system implemented in the state of Victoria is likely responsible, at least in large part, for the spike in cases there. Other parts of the country relied on the police and military to enforce the quarantine of returning travellers. Victoria, however, contracted private security firms. These companies reportedly didn’t have adequate training or personal protective equipment, and guards would reportedly do things like carpool to work together and interact frequently with the quarantined guests.A government inquiry into what went wrong with Victoria’s hotel quarantine system is scheduled to begin next week.New Zealand is also rushing to identify the cause of a new outbreak after four people in one Auckland household tested positive for the virus, the first reported cases of local transmission in the country in 102 days. The reemergence of the virus caused the government to place Auckland, the nation’s largest city, on lockdown, to allow health officials to investigate the source of the outbreak and attempt to limit its spread.France, too, tightened restrictions on social gatherings and encouraged more widespread use of face masks this week, after the daily tally of new coronavirus cases increased by 785.Finally, data shows that poor and minority communities in many countries are most at risk from coronavirus — a consequence of systemic racism and economic inequality. In June, an official report from Public Health England found that Black, Asian and minority ethnic, or BAME, people are more likely to die of coronavirus than their white counterparts.But critics say government officials have been slow to acknowledge the challenges and provide the support these communities need. In the UK and Australia, for example, government officials have been criticised for failing to communicate health and safety guidelines to people for whom English is not their native language.“I don’t think anyone was expecting a clear scientific explanation instantly as to why there were such high numbers of BAME deaths to coronavirus,” Dr Chaand Nagpaul, chair of the council at the British Medical Association, told HuffPost UK in June. “But what we were expecting was some practical action to protect those that we know to be at risk.”“I don’t think the older generation, like my mum’s around 60 but her parents’ generation, would have any access to the internet,” Huong Truong, the daughter of Vietnamese refugees, told HuffPost Australia. “It’s word of mouth and family connections, and younger people like myself letting them know what’s going on or clarifying misinformation that’s been around.”It’s not wrong for government officials to remind the public of the need to remain vigilant and act responsibly. In the absence of a vaccine, following official guidance about hand washing, social distancing, the use of face masks, and other safety measures will play a large role in helping to keep infections at bay.But that guidance has often been poorly communicated to the public, and the failure of some government figures to follow the rules themselves has undermined official measures to contain the coronavirus. In the United Kingdom, for example, researchers identified a “Dominic Cummings effect,” in which the decision of Boris Johnson’s top adviser to travel outside London with his family, in apparent violation of the country’s lockdown restrictions, damaged the public’s trust in the government and may have reduced compliance with lockdown measures. In the end, drunken partygoers shouldn’t shoulder all the blame for the surge in coronavirus cases. Much of that blame still rests with government officials themselves.With reporting from HuffPost U.K, HuffPost France, and HuffPost Australia. Related... Test And Trace Not 'Fit For Purpose, Let Alone World Class', Warns NHS Providers Chief UK Enters Deepest Recession Since Records Began These Incredible Dogs Are Being Trained To Sniff Out Covid-19
You can set up Netflix closed captions or subtitles for any show or movie, with a variety of languages and customizations available. Netflix users can choose the type of font, background, and preferred languages for subtitles in Account Settings.  Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Subtitles on Netflix are a great way to keep up with the dialogue of your favorite show or movie without missing a beat, as well as for those who are hearing impaired, or if you are watching a show in a different language.  Netflix gives viewers the option to select a variety of subtitle preferences, including font style, background color, and text size. While viewing a video, you can also update your preferred language for subtitles.  Accessing subtitle preferences is simple, and enabling those preferences can be done in just a few easy steps, either within the video player window or through Netflix Account Settings.  Check out the products mentioned in this article: Netflix Subscription (From $8.99 from Netflix) Apple 4K TV (from $179.00 at Apple) Samsung 50-inch Smart TV (from $399.99 at Best Buy) How to turn on Netflix closed captions on your device If you're using a computer, tablet, or smartphone: After you've selected a title to watch, tap or click the middle of the video player, then select the "Audio & Subtitles" icon and choose a subtitle option. If you're using a smart TV or gaming console: While viewing the selected title, use your remote's "down" or "up" arrow to access the video player menu. Then, select the "Audio & Subtitles" icon and choose a subtitle option. If you're using an Apple TV: Depending on the Apple TV model you have, either hold down the center button or swipe down on your Apple TV remote while the selected title is playing. Then, select the "Audio & Subtitles" icon and choose a subtitle option.  How to edit the subtitle appearance in Netflix Account Settings on a computer 1. Log into your Netflix account on your preferred web browser.  2. In the top right corner, hover over your profile icon and select "Account" from the dropdown menu.  3. On the next screen, under "Profile & Parental Controls," select the profile you would like to manage subtitles for.  4. Under the profile's account settings, select "Change" in the "Subtitle appearance" category.  5. Next, using the dropdown menus, select the desired font and shadow for the subtitle appearance.  6. Then, select the desired text size, and colors for the subtitle background and window. Subtitle appearance is not available to viewers whose primary language is Thai, Hebrew, Arabic, Romanian, Korean, or Japanese. 7. Select "Save" at the bottom. To reset your subtitle preferences, follow the steps above and then select the "Reset to default" button.  8. Open Netflix on your device, and begin watching. Your updated subtitle preferences should now be reflected in the video.  How to change preferred audio or subtitle language in Netflix on your device 1. Launch Netflix on your device.  2. Select a TV show or movie to watch.  3. While the video is playing, hover your mouse or tap in the center of the screen: The menu items will appear.  4. At the bottom right corner of the video player, select the "Audio & Subtitles" icon (resembling a text bubble).  5. On the right side of the pop-up menu, you will see "Subtitles" where you can disable subtitles, or select from a list of languages. Netflix usually lists five to seven languages it thinks are relevant based on your location data or preferred settings. Select the desired option, and a white check mark will appear beside your selection and will begin populating on the screen.  6. On the left side of the pop-up menu, you will see "Audio" where you can change your audio preference, if there are available audio options other than English. Related coverage from Tech Reference: How to turn off subtitles on your Apple TV or edit their appearance How to turn off language subtitles on the Disney Plus app on your streaming device How to turn on subtitles on Quibi and watch shows in your chosen language How to turn on subtitles on Amazon Prime Video using your viewing device How to turn off subtitles on Hulu on the desktop website or mobile app SEE ALSO: The best media streaming sticks and devices Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: We tested a machine that brews beer at the push of a button
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The English town of Lyme Regis is part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. It was here in the 1830s that William Buckland, better known for the discovery of the first dinosaur, Megalosaurus, collected fossils with another pioneering paleontologist, Mary Anning. One of their discoveries was the remains of fossilized crinoids, sometimes known as “sea lilies.” Close relatives of sea urchins and starfish, these flower-like animals consist of a series of plates connected together in branches with a stem. The specimens from Lyme Regis, dating back to the Jurassic period over 180 million years ago, look like polished brass… This story continues at The Next Web
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Home secretary Priti Patel has engaged in a war of words with an ice-cream manufacturer over the controversy surrounding migrants crossing the English Channel.More than 4,000 migrants have made the dangerous voyage across the world’s busiest shipping lane this year, with at least 597 arriving between Thursday and Sunday.The surge has been seized on by the media, which has sent reporters out to the Channel to monitor the crossings, with some receiving criticism for the tone of their coverage and accusing them of “voyeurism”. It follows Patel deploying the navy and a campaign by ex-Ukip leader Nigel Farage highlighting the “invasion”.On Tuesday, the official Ben and Jerry’s UK Twitter account posted a series of tweets tagging the home secretary, which began: “Hey @PritiPatel, we think the real crisis is our lack of humanity for people fleeing war, climate change and torture.” Hey @PritiPatel we think the real crisis is our lack of humanity for people fleeing war, climate change and torture. We pulled together a thread for you..— Ben & Jerry's UK (@benandjerrysUK) August 11, 2020 The ice cream maker also cited a HuffPost UK report that revealed the UK hasn’t resettled any refugees since March, despite the fact that “wars and violence continue”, it added.“What we need is more safe and legal route,” said Ben and Jerry’s. It continued by insisting that “stronger borders aren’t the answer” and urged ministers to talk to “expert organisations”, including charity Refugee Action.The thread ends: “Let’s remember we’re all human and have the same rights to life regardless of the country we happen to have been born in. “And once more for the back: PEOPLE CANNOT BE ILLEGAL.”In response to the thread, the BBC reported a “source” close to Patel branding the firm’s product as “overpriced junk food”. OOOF! Home Office source: “Priti is working day&night to bring an end to these small boat crossings, which are facilitated by international criminal gangs&are of serious concern. If that means upsetting the social media team for a brand of overpriced junk food then so be it.” https://t.co/QIrfXOjZ5w— Chris Mason (@ChrisMasonBBC) August 11, 2020 The Home Office source told the BBC: “Priti is working day and night to bring and end to these small boat crossings, which are facilitated by international criminal gangs and are rightly of serious concern to the British people.“If that means upsetting the social media team for a brand of overpriced junk food, then so be it.”Ben and Jerry’s was founded in 1978 by best friends Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield in Vermont, US, and was bought by multinational company Unilever in 2000.Immigration minister Chris Philp on Tuesday promised a “new, comprehensive action plan” to stem the latest surge in migrant Channel crossings after talks with French officials.Philp and newly-appointed clandestine channel threat commander Dan O’Mahoney travelled to Paris on Tuesday to seek stronger enforcement measures.It comes as lawyers representing asylum seekers who arrived in the UK by crossing the Channel on small boats launched legal action to halt their deportation, which is due to take place on Wednesday.Related... Using Navy To Stop Migrants Crossing The Channel Would Be 'Unlawful And Dangerous', Amnesty Warns Refugee Resettlement Scheme Still Closed Despite Record Channel Crossings Priti Patel Accused Of 'Sabre-Rattling' Over Reports Navy Could Turn Back Migrant Boats
The PTE is an English proficiency test that assesses your speaking, writing, listening and reading abilities.Western Academy hopes to give you detailed information and coaching about how you can prepare for the test and feel comfortable that you know what you’re getting into!The test consists of four sections:SpeakingWritingReadingListeningDo you need coaching for preparing for the PTE?Also, don’t re-correct if you have said anything incorrect.Focus on your pitch.Be natural while speaking and pay attention to where and when to stress on a particular sentence.You are a human, not a robot.Open your mouth properly while speaking.Don’t whisper your response while the computer records it will result in losing scores.For writing summary, practice using difficult, complex and compound sentences.
Coronavirus has changed everything. Make sense of it all with the Waugh Zone, our evening politics briefing. Sign up now. All school leavers’ grades that were lowered by “biased” computer algorithms in Scotland last week will be withdrawn and replaced by teacher assessments, the SNP-led government has confirmed. The major U-turn by Scottish education secretary John Swinney comes amid mounting criticism that poorer students were hit hardest by modelling that gave them unfairly harsh results during the pandemic. The results for Scotland’s Higher awards were last week branded a “disaster” after the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) downgraded 124,000 results. Teachers, parents and pupils hit out at the SQA after the results downgraded teachers’ recommended awards for pupils from the poorest 20% of areas by more than 15 points, while recommendations for the best-off pupils were downgraded by just under 10 points.Swinney, who may still face a vote of no confidence in Holyrood over the issue, has now said all grades moderated down will be withdrawn and new certificates sent out. Meanwhile, no results that were moderated up will be cut back as Swinney said it would not “in any way be fair to do so”. The news will pile pressure on Gavin Williamson, England’s education secretary, to avoid a similar catastrophe south of the border when A-level results are published this week, amid concern the same modelling could be used. Speaking in the Scottish Parliament, Swinney said he had “listened carefully to young people” and had moved to “fix” the problem quickly.He said: “Using powers available to me in the Education (Scotland) Act 1996, I am today directing the SQA to re-issue those awards based solely on teacher or lecturer judgement.“Schools will be able to confirm the estimates they provided for pupils to those that are returning to school this week and next.“The SQA will issue fresh certificates to affected candidates as soon as possible and, importantly, will inform Ucas and other admission bodies of the new grades as soon as practical in the coming days to allow for applications to college and university to be progressed.”He said that the SNP-led government was worried that accepting the original estimates from teachers “would run the risk of undermining the value of qualifications in 2020”.But he then added: “In the light of events, and of listening to young people, we now accept that concern, which is not without foundation, is outweighed by the concern that young people, particularly from working class backgrounds may lose faith in the education system and form the view that no matter how hard you work, the system is against you.“Education is the route out of poverty for young people in deprived communities and we cannot risk allowing that view to take hold.” He added that the coronavirus crisis had made 2020 “unique” for pupils. First minister Nicola Sturgeon on Monday apologised to thousands of pupils whose results were downgraded by the moderation process and pledged they would not face an arduous appeals process.She accepted that the “burden has not fallen equally across society” and said” “We accept we didn’t get this right and I’m sorry for that.” As a result of the changes the new Higher pass rate is up 14.4%, the National 5 pass rate is up 10.7%, and the Advanced Higher pass rate is up 13.7%.Despite the U-turn, Swinney continues to face calls for his resignation including from the former Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson. A total U-turn on the position Nicola Sturgeon and John Swinney had doubled down on for days. Welcome relief for pupils who've been put through the wringer. But be in no doubt, this is a shambles & an honourable man would have offered his resignation. https://t.co/ujh6J2k0Rm— Ruth Davidson (@RuthDavidsonMSP) August 11, 2020Meanwhile, the news has been welcomed by campaigners, including teenagers hit by the estimated results. Erin Bleakley, 17, who organised a protest of around 100 students in Glasgow’s George Square against how the exam results were reached, said: “I think we would all like to say a generous thank you for not only the apology but the results being reverted back to teacher estimates.“I did not think this day would come.”Mary Bousted, joint general secretary of the National Education Union, said: “Today’s decision by John Swinney creates huge problems for Gavin Williamson and the English government.“We now have two qualification systems required for entry into UK universities, operating on completely different criteria with wildly different pass rates. This can only increase the worries that students in England have about the fairness of the grades they will receive on Thursday.“It will also intensify the competition with English students for university places.”  Related... Labour Demands SNP Education Secretary Quits After Poorer Pupils Have Exam Grades Lowered Tories Hand Schools With Richer Pupils More 'Levelling Up' Cash Government Under Pressure To Avoid Exam Results 'Disaster' That Hurts Poorest
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A student at City, University of London considered dropping out after a lecturer accused them of being “unprofessional” in front of a packed lecture theatre for wearing henna, which the tutor described as “weird brown stuff”. It is one of a string of claims of discrimination and microaggressions towards Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) students that were shared with university bosses as City attempts to tackle racial injustices on campus. BAME staff were invited to share their experiences of racism at a so-called “town hall” meeting organised by the university on July 20, while City Students’ Union shared students’ anonymous accounts. The student wearing henna – which is a traditional practice at some Hindu, Sikh and Muslim weddings and other religious festivals – was told by their health sciences tutor that it would make their patients feel “uncomfortable”, the meeting heard. “It was a highly embarrassing moment for me and I seriously considered dropping out because I wasn’t good enough,” the anonymous student said. In a video created by the union that was shown at the meeting, a Muslim health sciences student described how she was forced to buy her own uniform for placement because of the university’s failure to understand “the issues faced by Muslim women”. After being told there was a “problem” with her clothing because she was wearing sleeves, she tried to explain the situation to her tutor. “I was met with a ‘deal with it’ attitude from my peers and tutor,” she said. “In the end, I had to spend my own money on buying disposable sleeves for myself because placements and universities do not have the knowledge or equipment to deal with it appropriately due to lack of diversity.” Another student described how, despite the fact that City is a diverse university, its journalism course is predominantly white. “It has been challenging to navigate complex and sensitive matters around race and gender when you are the only person in the room who has personal experiences,” they said.“We have felt isolated and like we didn’t belong on our course, which has had a detrimental effect on our work. “If City is truly dedicated to its pledge to stamp out institutional racism, it is important that they employ BAME members of staff, protect freedom of speech and encourage diversity of opinion.” City, University of London, has said it is dedicated to tackling racial injustices.  In July, the university approved an “ambitious” new equality, diversity and inclusion strategy and started the final steps to join the race equality charter. Shaima Dallali, who is vice-president for community and wellbeing at City Students’ Union, said the university must “work towards a fairer admission system, take reports of racist incidents seriously and take leaps, instead of steps, to rectify the BAME attainment gap”. Meanwhile, staff should take a “critical view” of their curriculum and make it “representative of our values and student body”, she said. Dallali added: “The world around is changing and a fairer society is on the horizon. In light of a global call for equality, the time for action is now and there is ample opportunity for the university to reflect on its practices as an institution. “It is a time for us to be introspective and innovate to become a leading institution for social justice which champions inclusion, diversity and equality.”Professor Zoe Radnor, who is City’s vice-president for equality, diversity and inclusion, said the university was “listening hard”, calling the meeting a “powerful experience”. “We are sorry that any of our students have had these experiences whilst at City,” she said. The meeting was one in a series of activities organised by the university’s executive committee to “signal their personal commitment to racial equality and to increase their understanding of racial issues experienced by students and staff”, she explained. “We recognise that the experiences discussed by our staff and students are difficult to speak about, even to such a small internal audience.“The president, the executive committee and I want to reassure all of our staff and students that we will listen to you, we will work to understand and we will support you.”The move by the university comes just weeks after it announced plans to rename its prestigious Cass Business School, whose namesake Sir John Cass was a “major player” in the transatlantic slave trade in the 17th century.The university announced in July it would ditch Cass’s name – which was added to the business school following a donation from the Sir John Cass Foundation in 2002 – saying the connection had caused “great pain and hurt” to students and staff. However, HuffPost UK reported how a group of business school graduates launched a petition demanding that the university either retain the Cass name – or compensate them for a loss of “value” to their degrees.The alumni said removal of the Cass brand would make their CVs less impressive.Related... 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