Research Guide: Newspapers

Use this guide to learn more about how to find, use, and evaluate newspapers

Using resources at other libraries

Using other public library collections

Did you know that you can access the KCLS online resources as a student or employee of GRC? The tabbed box below provides information on how you can use your student or staff info to log in to access the library's digital collections. 

KCLS/GRC Online Library Resources - students/faculty (other libraries)

Green River Students:

You can access KCLS online resources automatically as a student at GRC.

  • To Log in: use GRC + your student username. (The part before the @ in your GRC email address.)
    Example: GRCjsmith357
  • PIN number: your pin is the last four characters of your log in. Example: h357

Faculty / Staff:

  • Faculty /Staff need to opt-in to access items from KCLS using a GRC log in. (You can access the form to "opt-in" on GatorNet):

Note: When you sign up for KCLS/GRC online access, your account will be activated during the next account update. KCLS/GRC updates run once a week; requests received by Friday afternoon will be ready Monday morning.

Already signed up for KCLS/GRC access? Find KCLS resources here:

Come ask us at the Holman Library Reference desk, or check out our "How to Log In at Green River College" guide for more assistance:

At the King County Library System

Microform and Electronic Newspaper Collections in King County Library System 

Other local public libraries in the area

KCLS Newspaper Databases

Press Display at KCLS 

Are you a resident of King County?  Try the "Press Display" database at the King County Library System to view articles from 1400 world news publications, in many languages, with up to sixty days of back issues archived. To find it, go to the databases page, and click the Magazines and Newspapers link in the drop down box. Find other useful news links there too. (King County Library card number required).