The Web and web-based technologies have become widely acceptable and feasible in the modern society. It has created a new paradigm in the field of education. Web-based learning, as a strong manifestation of e-learning, has also become indispensible within the tertiary education context. Web-based learning is powerful in many aspects in both traditional curriculum as well as online courses. The author investigated the views of 602 end-users toward the significance of the Web as a learning resource. The results indicated a strong recognition of the role of the Web as tool for communication, information retrieval, collaborative learning and assessment. Differences were also identified between the perceived expectations of web-based education by teaching staff and students, and the ways in which it was conducted and managed. The book contributes valuable insights from the end-users’ perspective. Recommendations are made on the further development and modification of the Web adoption at the tertiary education level.