The book introduces the definitions of attitudes and epistemology and their related theories. Further, it provides an investigation on attitudes toward computer and internet usage as function of gender, field of study, ethnicity and age. Furthermore, it explores the relationship between attitudes toward ICT and epistemological beliefs among postgraduate students in Malaysian context. This book also, provides empirical evidences related to the relationships between attitudes toward ICT usage and epistemological construct and other demographical variables. Results reveal that: (1) participants have a high level perception of the usefulness and their control of the computer and Internet, (2) no significant differences were found between participants’ attitudes toward the Internet and computer related with gender, field of study, and ethnicity, (3) postgraduate student’s attitudes toward computer and Internet usage are age related, and (4) the findings affirm that the postgraduate students’ attitudes toward the Internet and computer usage are associated with their epistemological beliefs. These findings can be useful for scholars, instructors, students and decision makers.