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SWANK Digital Campus: Overview

Access SWANK Digital Campus

Browsers & Viewing

You must use Chrome or Mozilla Firefox to view content from SWANK. Make sure to use an updated version of whichever browser you choose for viewing.

Mobile Apps

SWANK Media Player Icon

To view SWANK content from a cell phone or other mobile device, you will be prompted to download the SWANK Media Player.

Off-Campus Access to Online Databases

Paw: Indicates that a password is needed to access the resource from off campus.PCC students and staff should enter their myPittCC username and password to access online databases from off campus. Generic logins are available to community residents with PCC library cards, and others who are enrolled in or are affiliated with PCC programs and continuing education courses. Call us! (252) 493-7360

Title List

Screen shot of the DVD covers for the films available in SWANK

  1. 12 Angry Men
  2. A Beautiful Mind
  3. Abortion: Stories Women Tell
  4. Amistad
  5. Blood Done Sign My Name
  6. Bridget Jones's Diary
  7. Citizen Kane
  8. The Color Purple
  9. Doubt
  10. Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare
  11. Fed Up
  12. Fences
  13. Food, Inc.
  14. Freakonomics
  15. Hotel Rwanda
  16. Invictus (Added June 2018)
  17. Just Like Us
  18. Precious
  19. Rabbit-Proof Fence (Added June 2018)
  20. Room
  21. Schindler's List
  22. Selma
  23. Super Size Me
  24. Sybil
  25. Waiting for "Superman"
  26. Warning: This Drug May Kill You

Notes for Instructors

Direct Links for Moodle
  • You must use a direct link in order for the films to work from off campus.
  • Open the SWANK Digital Campus database and click to open the film you want to assign.
  • Click the "Copy Direct Link" button.
  • You can then add the URL as a resource in your course. 
Licensing
  • These films can be linked in your online classes or shown in the classroom.
  • PCC Library is paying for the licensing for each film through SWANK Digital Library.
Title Suggestions
  • If there are films/documentaries that you would like to use as part of your curriculum, use the links below to let us know.