Knowledge sharing, where individuals mutually exchange knowledge and jointly create new knowledge is considered vital for both organisations and universities. Unfortunately, in most circumstances there is some reluctance to share knowledge and various reasons are attributed towards this reluctance. Studies regarding knowledge sharing in an organisational context are evident. But research related to the classroom context is rather scarce. In such a background this book explores factors influencing knowledge sharing among university staff. While contributing to limited available research on the topic this book profiles factors affecting knowledge sharing in the context of University academics. At a time researchers and business managers appear to be interested in knowledge sharing this book could provide inspiration for such enthusiasts.