The internet era brought with it the most valuable asset possessed by humanity: knowledge. Information is abundant to anyone owning a desktop computer, laptop, or handheld device. Not all information represents valuable knowledge; we can receive conflicting information and find it hard to differentiate between useful and trivial content. Moreover, too much information can overload cognitive processes and render the knowledge useless. This is because the brain has limited bandwidth for stocking new information.
Students - please use your own personal email address here and not the one supplied by your school. For security reasons school emails block external messages.