I feel I am overwhelmed with information overload almost daily. As a child, I use to go to the local library or encyclopedias to find information about a specific topic and know it was from a credible source. Today, our students have to filter through the vast amounts of information they have access to. As teachers and parents, we need to ensure our students learn the appropriate tools to filter knowledge from this information. I am reminded of a commercial, not long ago, where a woman was talking to her male friend about how the “internet” was a credible source of knowledge. She stated her date was French. An unkempt gentleman walked up to the both of them, put his arm around her and smiled at her friend, saying “Bonjour” with a smirk as they walked away. We can take measure to ensure our students are not as naive as this woman was. It could lead them down a treacherous path someday.