The area of epistemological beliefs is important and recognised globally as a critical element in future educational planning. This element could not be ignored, if instructional design methodologies are proposed to keep pace with advancing society. Developing and understanding these beliefs, how they are formed and the level of influence will be of significant value toward the development of educational and social advancement. This book, therefore, provides the readers about structuring epistemological beliefs in the context of Sri Lankan higher education sector based upon a research conducted in 2011/2012. The book provides an insightful analysis of epistemology literature and the methods used to identify epistemological belief structures. The results would enabled to define improvements to be made in utmost educational outcomes, allowing the learner to bridge the gap between what they see as learning, compared to what they feel they are really understanding. It is expected that the findings in this research will be a preliminary step to enhance the understanding of fundamental belief principles and update library practices, as well as the wider academic community as a whole.