Pibulsilp,T.investigated the cultural influence on using Academic Library by the International Medical Students from Asian Countries.He conducted a case study of students at the University of Otago,Christchurch,New Zealand.He conducted semi-structured interviews from fifteen students having Asian backgrounds and the responses were analyzed using narrative and discourse analysis. By endorsing Hofstede’s work, he concluded that Asian cultural background is significantly related to students’ ability to use academic library services and recommended that academic libraries should work on highlighting the impact of cultural background in use of library. Barker, K., Yeung, A., Dobia, B. and Mooney, M. (2009) examined the effectiveness of a behavior management approach adapted from the United States, Positive Behavior for Learning (PBL) into the New South Wales Department of Education and Training Western Sydney Region. They carried out two types of studies – Study 1 examined the attitudes to the implementation of PBL whereas Study 2 examined the impact of PBL on students’ motivation and self-concept. For Study 1, surveys were conducted in 24 PBL selected government schools while fieldwork analysis was conducted within 3 of these schools. Variables taken were: training and participation, Fieldwork staff and parent participants and Fieldwork student participants and Satisfaction survey participants For Study 2, 2,723 primary and secondary school students participated.