Should we approve a new tax on sugary drinks? Should we raise the minimum wage to $15? To answer such questions, we no longer pull a book from the shelf. We open our browsers and start Googling. But are we good at judging what we find? This lecture by Dr. Sam Wineburg, a Professor of History and the Margaret Jacks Professor of Education at Stanford University, covers how to survive our menacing digital environment and become more savvy evaluators of the information that affects our lives and communities.