There’s no debate that advancements in digital technology and information sharing are valuable educational tools. However, access to seemingly endless news and information creates a few dilemmas. One of them is how to determine the reliability of sources. Students who are “digital natives”—ones who can’t remember a time without the Internet—often assume what they read or watch on a screen is true simply because it’s there. Teachers have the challenge of correcting this assumption, and repeating, “Don’t believe everything you read or watch on a screen!” isn’t enough. The New York Times Learning Network recently listed tools, questions, activities, and case studies that can help teachers reduce digital naïveté. It’s a useful resource well worth checking out!