One of the strongest arguments in favour of ICT supported learning activities is that it provides a range of information which leads to the question: Will the ability to analyse and synthesize information become the primary goal of education? I have noticed that learners follow links to find more, and in this process they lose the link to the main objective. Secondly, when following links they are at the same time selecting information, clarifying concepts and evaluating relevance of information, which has its highs and lows too. In the same way, teachers are providing information which is too much for learners to accommodate and assimilate as compared to traditional material. Ambitious planning may be the result of this. Another option is to give more regular, systematic and focused exposure of information to learners to evaluate their response.