Bjenk is a Canadian social researcher in the fields of urban, youth and work studies. He is currently a Postdoctorate fellow at the Australian Youth Research Center, University of Melbourne and visiting scholar at McGill University.
Before pursuing his passion for academic social research, he was an entrepreneur in IT. In his spare time, Bjenk enjoys reading, playing video games and studying traditional cabinetmaking.
This is definitely a moment in OLPC’s history of big changes as views are conflicting on what the mission should really be about. This week, we have two important announcements: Microsoft is officially pushing Windows XP into the XO and Sugar Labs is no longer dedicated to the XO but will now offer the possibilities of building a “learning ecosystem”… Read More ›