How many times have you clicked on a newspaper article, only to be frustrated by the notice that you have reached your limit if free articles?
Did you know that Seattle Public Libraries offers free access to many news sources? The Seattle Times, The New York Times, trade and industry newsletters, archived Seattle Post-Intelligencer, consumer health, The Daily Journal of Commerce, LGTBQ history and culture, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and much more. You can even view archives of The Seattle Times going back to 1895.
All you need is a library card (which you can now order online for free), and all this information is at your fingertips.
From spl.org click on the link to Online Resources, then Magazines and Newspapers, or click here. You can also search all online resources alphabetically.
After last week’s PTA meeting, and the presentation from our amazing librarian Christopher Robert where he outlined several other SPL online resources I have been exploring SPL more thoroughly. I have had an SPL library card since I was 7 or 8 years old, and I wish I had known about this earlier!