"The study showed that there were no significant differences in the online learning experiences between male and female students. However, there existed correlations among some of the variables and also according to their gender. This study revealed that the respondents both male and female exhibited high levels of motivation, degree of self –monitoring, level of internet literacy and level of concentration when engaged in online learning. As for the correlation effects of the five variables, the motivation in online learning had a significantly high positive correlation with self-monitoring in online learning. When comparison of the five variables according to gender was made, the results revealed that male and female students did not show any significant differences for the variables of motivation, self-monitoring, a higher level of internet literacy and also better levels of concentration when engaged in online learning."