The aim of this volume was to determine how many library services are provided by Web 2.0 tools and what challenges librarians face when using them. It is a comprehensive analysis of the most recent research on how library services can benefit from Web 2.0 tools. While the use of Web 2.0 tools in library services is still in its infancy, some university libraries have begun utilizing them with the intention of connecting with users in the areas where they are found. The use of Web 2.0 tools has been hindered by a number of obstacles, including a lack of expertise, power outages, a conservative attitude among some librarians, and a lack of policy managing emerging technologies. This volume's findings provide insight into librarians' "experience in using Web 2.0 tools, which may provide a convenient basis for library staff and specialists considering the possibility of accepting Web 2.0 tools as a piece of their system. Web 2.0 further highlights the librarian's capacity as a lead to information instead of the traditional function of an information keeper, and the technology as a platform for collaboration and promoting a stronger Internet community.