The internet has greatly influenced my learning in a positive way. The Internet has allowed me to have resources such as online data bases, articles, online documents and books as well as see opinions of professionals in my respective field. In terms of websites, I don't really use websites as sources for me to learn new things because it can be hard to check their reliability so I mostly rely on documents and articles found on online data bases like JSTOR or Ebscohost. The Internet can be a distractive thing however. I have caught myself being distracted by it because not only does it give you quicker access to useful information about your profession, it also provides quick access to social media and other things of leisure that can sidetrack you and cause you to procrastinate on the tasks at hand. Due to the fact that blogging and posting articles on the web is easy, this can lead to numerous takes on a single topic which can cause confusion, and again, the question of reliability arises. All in all, the Internet and today's latest technology is definitely useful and resourceful for my respective field (cardiac rehab) as long as I don't become distracted or become misinformed by questionable sources.