The advent of Internet world has facilitated in hosting profusion of literature which created havoc in gathering, classifying, organizing and retrieving the information before library and information professionals. At the same time the users are also baffled in the presence of this corpus of information. The phenomena have urged the library professionals to see the trend in using Web-based resources. “Web-based Resources: A User Study”, seeks the users’ behaviour study of Web-based resources in the field of social sciences. This further examined how the social scientists of Indian universities share their experiences while using these resources in a much-hyped cyber world. This step by step and judicious work has been undertaken to have a general assessment of Web-based information, their classification and organization and how these resources have impact on different categories of users with social science background. The work revealed many hidden facts about the social scientists. This brand of academicians proved themselves aware of using these resources with much precision. The book claimed to be a state-of-art in the area of information-seeking and behaviour studies.