On another note... Philo A. Hutcheson, associate professor of educational-policy studies at Georgia State University, said
“As the breadth and volume of search engines’ results increase, providing a source of certainty for those building an argument,” he writes, “… the validity of academics’ knowledge, the fundamental assumption of academic freedom, becomes problematic.”I don't buy it. Professors and faculty can help their students learn how to filter out and synthesize the good stuff from the Internet. There is a lot of crap out there. Some people may think that all of knowledge is on the Internet, but it isn't.