Second, you’re showing them (hopefully) safe and efficient ways to research new areas and enjoy learning in a variety of ways. And, you're doing so as a family. Don't get caught up in the techno-family paradigm where Dad's on his cell phone, Mom's on her cell phone, the kids are on their cell phones, sitting around the living room, being together but living separate lives, doing separate things, never really communicating in this supposed communicative age we live in, and all the while tricking themselves into thinking they are somehow doing something constructive "as a family." If you can do in separate countries what you can do in the living room, then it's not "family time." That's called "close proximity."
And third, you’ll have an excellent opportunity to discuss things you discover and determine their merit. Aristotle said, “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” Just because someone said it or put it in print doesn’t necessarily make it true or correct.