GRC credit classes that give an overview of basic computer skills:
Register for these classes:
Computer Basics Classes offered through the Continuing Education Program (non-credit classes):
Full list of Continuing Education Classes:
Connect with BTAC (Business Technologies and Administrative Careers) Tutors one-on-one to ask specific computer questions and get assistance with basic technology:
While the Holman Library does not offer scheduled computer classes, there are librarians and student help desk workers who can assist you and answer specific questions about computers:
Visit the Holman Library, second floor during open hours:
Also, contact a librarian online:
Connect with ODEI (Office of Diversity Education and Inclusion) Peer Navigators to find mentorship and get some help with computer skills:
Visit the ODEI Office in the Student Union building (Campus Life Office 240) to use computers in a supportive environment:
Your local public library also provides basic computer help:
Goodwill Stores offer basic computer classes for you:
FREE Introductory courses are for people who have no computer experience or who need a little extra training.
You will learn the basics of how to operate a computer, including typing (keyboarding), internet, and email. Later, you can take classes in Microsoft Word and Excel to learn to create simple spreadsheets and documents like a resume.
They also offer online job search classes and special computer classes for non-native English speakers. Add / Reorder
Green River students, Faculty, and Staff have access to LinkedIn Learning, a specialized database that video tutorials on a variety of technology subjects.
You will sign in through Green River College's portal using your Green River email address and email password.
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Don't know your Green River email address? Need to set/reset your email password? Use the link below:
A: Yes, with some extra steps:
A. In order to log in to GRC's LinkedIn Learning subscription, you will need to be a GRC student currently enrolled in credit classes, faculty, or staff member. The list of current Green River students is updated between quarters. For example, if you were a student in Winter Quarter but did not sign up for classes in Spring Quarter, your login may stop working over Spring Break.
If you are a current GRC student and your login is not working, have you set your password for your student email account ending in @student.greenriver.edu?
If you are not a current Green River student, faculty, or staff member but would like access to LinkedIn Learning, you may be able to sign in through the King County Library System or your local public library.
Our Green River log-in portal doesn't work well with the Kent/Auburn School District Chromebooks (because of security restrictions on the Chromebooks).
Still having trouble?
A. If a link in the library's OneSearch does not connect directly to the video's page, try searching for the video title once you log in.
Links may not work perfectly while we update our records from the older "Lynda.com" content to the new LinkedIn Learning in our Holman Library OneSearch catalog-- we apologize for the inconvenience and hope to have it working again soon.
A. Some browsers may show an error message warning that "the web domain 'sts.student.greenriver.edu' may be unsafe" or "not private."
If you see this message, you can still access the sign on page by clicking on (1) "Show Advanced" and then (2) "Proceed to 'sts.student.greenriver.edu' anyway..."
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If the suggestions above are not working and you are a current Green River student, faculty or staff member who needs assistance logging in, please contact the library for more assistance.
You can reach the librarians a variety of ways for help
(253) 931-6480 during library open hours:
In Person at the Reference Desk
Librarians are available at Holman Library during the library's open hours.