This book was edited by Jo Mynard and Christian Ludwig and contains a foreword by Anna Uhl Chamot. This volume explores tools, tasks and environments which support the development of learner autonomy in different learning spaces and cultural contexts. After an introduction by the editors, the 13 contributions to this e-book are divided into five thematic parts. Part 1 investigates ways of supporting the development of learner autonomy in self-access learning. Part 2 focuses on self-directed learning. The contributors to Part 3 provide insights into the use of technological tools for developing learner autonomy. Part 4 discusses the role of logbooks and learning plans as means to document learning, and Part 5 explores ways of promoting autonomy inside and outside the classroom.