Learning and the information age.

The Internet is re-wiring our brains (Carr 2011). The way we think, read and remember is adapting to the age of information. In addition to the vast quantities of information and learning material, questioning whether the Internet breeds mediocrity of content is still pertinent. However, if our brains are being re-wired through constant use of electronic devices as part of contemporary culture, is this potentially encroaching on our cognitive ability when having to return to traditional environments and methods?