Copyright Reminder for Viewing
The district approved video lists located below contain titles that are to be used for
classroom instruction only! They should not be viewed for entertainment purposes, reward, or as a fill in for your substitute teacher while you are out. Remember, you must ABIDE by the "Fair Use" copyright law! To view the "Fair Use" copyright law, locate the "Copyright Law and You" link at the left hand side of this page.
Please read the video guidelines found on the "video approval" form located on the left side of this page.
Welcome to Humble ISD Video Approval Listings
Updated May 2013
These videos are not housed in the Professional library. The videos listed on each approval list are titles that have been approved for use in the district. Please consult the listing to see if a title has been approved before having an identical title approved again! Check Humble ISD's Destiny Union catalog on the professional library homepage to *locate title.
(*If the video has been cataloged and placed in a library collection)
Instructions (Listing in PDF):
1) Pick the appropriate list below. They are seperated by elementary, middle school, and secondary grade levels.
2) Once open, go to edit, find, and a search window will open up on the upper right side of the page.
3) In this search box, type in the title of the video, or if you are not sure of the complete title, type in a key word that may be in the title. Do not use punctuation of any kind!
4) Hit the enter key to start the search of the document. It will take you to that title if it is on the approved list. If this is not the title you are looking for, do a broader search of the title. If the video is on the list, it will take you to more titles with the search word or title you typed in.
If you believe the title is on the list but it does not appear, do the following:
A) Check your spelling.
B) Make sure no punctuation was put into the title search.
C) Do not put the word " The" or "A" before the title. If the word "The" or "A" is the first word of the title you are looking for, it was placed as the last word of the title. There is no need to add it.