I have used Swank and like it. It's great when they offer the title you wish to include. In my experience I have not been able to embed within Canvas but rather insert a link to Swank. The two options are either a link to the overall catalog for our institution which can be placed on the page thus allowing students to see all available content and locate/select their media from the catalog. A direct link can also be created from within Swank to the particular media you wish to present.
I do not believe that all items are closed captioned but many are - there is a settings icon included in the video player when subtitles are available.
Thanks Jennifer. Interesting to hear about the closed captioning. This would not fly in California.
Appreciate the insight!
Swank Digital Campus includes closed captioning for approximately 85% of their titles. If one title doesn't have CC then a similar title may. I think academic libraries are moving to these sort of services, Swank being the most popular, because of the need to free up shelving space, provide legal digital access, a reasonable amount including CC, etc.
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