All staff and students to have access to the following research databases, as provided by the District. See Ms. Lindgren for the usernames and passwords required to access these sites from home.

As always, if you have any questions, or need any help, be sure to ask Ms. Lindgren. Happy searching!

ProQuest Database Package

This package contains six different research databases, all in one convenient location:


A database containing full-text newspaper, magazine and journal articles from the following sources: ABI/INFORM Trade & Industry, The Christian Science Monitor, Los Angeles Times, National Newspapers Core, New York Times, ProQuest Family Health, ProQuest Research Library, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Washington State Newsstand, and Western Newsstand.

SIRS Discoverer

Simpler to search than ProQuest, SIRS Discover can be used to find accessible newspaper and magazine articles.

eLibrary Curriculum Edition

A collection containing 2500 full-text magazines, newspapers, reference books, and transcripts. Also includes over 7 million photographs, infographics, maps, educator-approved websites from Homework Central®, and audio/video clips.

History Study Center 

A collection of primary and secondary sources for global history from ancient times to the present day. It provides over 40,000 documents and articles, with over 50 reference works, 3000 images, and 2000 Web links.

CultureGrams Online

Provides clear, well-organized, up-to-date information on countries, states, and Canadian provinces.

ProQuest Learning: Literature 

A comprehensive resource including 3000+ author biographies, 40 searchable full-text literature journals, full-text literary works, and other key reference sources.


Published International Literature On Traumatic Stress

World Book Online

World Book Online

This is the classic encyclopedia in digital form. Updated more often than the print editions.

King County Library Databases

King County Library Databases

Your local public library gives you access to over 50 additional databases! There are databases for searching genealogy, learning languages, finding good buys, and host of other things. Be sure to check them out. All you need is your library card number and PIN. If you don't have one, don't worry! As a student in Highline Schools, you can use a form of your ID# to access KCLS's digital content.  Add 401 to the beginning of your ID# for your login (e.g. 4012501234) and use the last for digits for your password.