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Age of Awareness

How online learning affects us

Exploring the effects of “a click away” information

Art by Antoine Geiger

The Internet, with its search engines and instant access to information, is an amazing tool. With just a few keystrokes (or taps), we can search for virtually anything we desire. Whether it be double-checking the spelling of a word, or reading up on the Michelson-Morley experiment, it is very useful to be able to satisfy our…

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