Does your community include adults who are considering going back to school, or have already started? There’s a wealth of online learning opportunities available, from MOOCs to online degrees. However, many issues affect how accessible these really are, especially for low income students, students of color, and students with disabilities. There is a disconnect between how adult students interact with technology in their personal lives and how they use technology in their roles as students. This poster will detail these challenges: computer, internet, and printer access, digital literacy, information literacy, time management, and even the threat of predatory for-profit colleges. Sections of the poster will share our new curriculum for public and academic libraries and community centers to provide information literacy and digital literacy instruction specifically for adult learners who have had a long absence from school. We will share our experience with learning circles, based on the model from Peer to Peer University (P2PU.org), to combine the best features of both face to face and online learning to help adult learners with the transition to learning online. Examples of recommended Open Educational Resources (OER) and other freely available resources such as GCFLearnFree will be highlighted. We will use a laptop and mobile devices to demonstrate both challenges and solutions with available online opportunities. We will also provide handouts that outline the major points from the poster, with links to more resources online.