Convincing students, even in higher education, of the validity of Wikipedia can be challenging, so I (Cathy) use a little humour to introduce the debate. I like this cartoon because it is an adult telling the child the information must be correct. But then, my grandparents believed everything they read in the newspaper. Everything. It was in print and therefore had to be true. They never considered the possibility that newspapers were political institutions with bias opinions. Never. Now our students have to consider the possibility the information on the internet may be a practical joke . I have personally spoken to people who find it amusing to change information on Wikipedia so that it is incorrect. Yet, I still use Wikipedia to access quick information. However, I do so with caution. The information age is interesting, but it can have its challenges. Discernment and constant checking is key.