Caveat: You will not find Disney titles by searching the Swank Digital Campus portals. Agreements with Disney do not allow this. Disney titles owned by the library can be found in SOUTHcat and accessed via the direct link to the film.
Content is browsable from the home screen but it can also be searched two ways:
Search by keywords, subjects, and titles.
Using the Advanced search allows you to focus your search in a variety of ways.
You can search by:
Results can also be sorted by:
To view and request content not already licensed by the USA Libraries, faculty members need to create an instructor account.
Go to the Swank website for the University of South Alabama. Here you will be asked to identify yourself as a student or instructor; choose instructor.
This will give you the option to login or create an instructor account.. Choose Register as Instructor.
All fields, except for Department are required.
One you have registered, you will receive an email asking you to verify your account. You must complete this step in order to view the entire Swank catalog. Once you verify your account, you will be able to:
Swank Digital Campus contains feature films chosen by librarians and faculty. Titles can be found by
Within a video landing page, you can:
You must have registered as an instructor and be logged into your Swank account in order to request titles. Once you have logged in:
Search the catalog for subjects or titles you are interested in; you can also, from the Advanced search screen, choose an area from Subjects & Themes and browse those by selecting the area you're interested in and clicking on search.
When you find a title or titles you like to request, click on the Request button under the title:
You can request multiple titles at a time. Once you've click on the Request button, you will need to fill out the form for the title(s). The Academic Use field is actually required, even though it doesn't say it is. Putting something like, "Showing to class" is perfectly fine.
This form will go to librarians at the USA Libraries who will order the title(s) and let you know when they are available for use.