: This article intends to analyze the interaction among learning readiness, measured by selfefficacy, self-regulation, connectedness and learning satisfaction in online learning. Success in online learning requires a certain mindset and learning behavior necessary for independent learners, to persist and succeed in study. Fifty-nine (59) students from various parts of Indonesia constitute respondents of this research. A questionnaire was sent to 200 students by email, with a 29.4 % return rate. Correlation and regression analysis was employed to determine the effect of the research variables on learning satisfaction. The result shows a positive and significant correlation among students self-efficacy, selfregulation, connectedness and learning satiffaction, ranging from .25 to .78. Further analysis using multiple regression indicates a simultaneous significant effect of self-effectiveness, self-regulation and connectedness on learning satisfaction with effect size of 40%. However at individual level, the effect is not statistically significant. Suggestions are made in terms of developing and implementing online learning programs.