This book investigates the role of self-efficacy beliefs in the information-seeking behaviour of high school students in Mauritius. Over the years, much research seems to have been carried out on students' self-efficacy beliefs in the field of education and psychology but yet, little seems to have been carried out in the field of information-seeking. In Mauritius, there appears to be no academic literature available in the area of self-efficacy and information-seeking despite the growing importance of both aspects. Both self-efficacy and information-seeking would help in terms of our students' academic success and in predicting academic performances. This book will amongst other benefits, provide guidance to teachers, librarians, academics and researchers alike on issues pertaining to the development of students' self-efficacy in information-seeking and in gaining further insight into students' information-seeking practices.