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Carl F. Straumsheim

Technology Correspondent

Inside Higher Ed

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Inside Higher Ed

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Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20036

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Founded in 2004, Inside Higher Ed is the online source for news, opinion, and jobs for all of higher education. Inside Higher Ed provides what higher education professionals need to thrive in their jobs or to find better ones: breaking news and feature stories...more

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News & Thoughts | IEEE Education Society

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by Carl Straumsheim, Inside Higher Ed


Our Staff | Inside Higher Ed

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Rick grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland and now lives in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia with his spouse, Marguerite Rippy, Chair and full professor of English at Marymount University, his son, Merrill O'Neill and their dog, Charlie.
Carl Straumsheim, Technology Reporter, joined Inside Higher Ed in 2013. He got his start in journalism as a video game blogger for Norway's third largest paper, Dagbladet, at age 15, and has since dabbled in media criticism, investigative reporting and political coverage. Straumsheim (pronounced STRAWMS-hyme) boasts that he once received a perfect score on the Test of English as a Foreign Language, which enabled him to pursue a bachelor's degree in English from LaGrange College and a master's degree in journalism from the University of Maryland at College Park.


News & Thoughts | IEEE Education Society

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By Carl Straumsheim, Inside Higher Ed


Pearson Scales Back on Higher Ed LMS Products | EdSurge News

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According to Inside Higher Ed's Carl Straumsheim, last fall, Pearson reported that it would stop supporting OpenClass, one of its higher ed LMS's, at the start of January in 2018.
"While the LMS will endure as an important piece of academic infrastructure, we believe our learning applications and services are truly 'where the learning happens,'" reads the OpenClass website. Now, the blog e-Literate reports that the same will happen for Pearson's Learning Studio LMS. The news comes soon after Pearson's announcement that it will cut 4,000 jobs worldwide. "We realized that we need to make some specific decisions around what we want to attach our brand to, where we can create value for customers and where we can compete effectively," said Curtiss Barnes, managing director for higher education technology products, in an interview with Straumsheim. According to Inside Higher Ed's Carl Straumsheim, last fall, Pearson reported that it would stop supporting OpenClass, one of its higher ed LMS's, at the start of January in 2018. "While the LMS will endure as an important piece of academic infrastructure, we believe our learning applications and services are truly 'where the learning happens,'" reads the OpenClass website. Now, the blog e-Literate reports that the same will happen for Pearson's Learning Studio LMS. The news comes soon after Pearson's announcement that it will cut 4,000 jobs worldwide. "We realized that we need to make some specific decisions around what we want to attach our brand to, where we can create value for customers and where we can compete effectively," said Curtiss Barnes, managing director for higher education technology products, in an interview with Straumsheim.


Hack Education Weekly News: Chicago Public Schools Ditch inBloom

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Inside Higher Ed's Carl Straumsheim examines a report by MIT that discusses the university's plans for the future.
A key part of its strategy: edX.


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