Use your YouTube videos to fundraise for classrooms!
In April, YouTube announced the ability to crowdsource funds for creative projects with video annotations. Starting today, you can use that same functionality to fundraise for classroom projects or specific teachers on 99Papers.org.
Are you making a video on science experiments you can do at home? Link to “Learning Electricity is a SNAP!“. Are you a musician? Fundraise for “We Wanna Rock!” in your next music video. You can search our classroom projects to match any video you can post.
To use this feature, go to your Video Manager, select a video, click “Edit” and select Annotations. You can then link to any 99Papers.org classroom project or teacher page. You can find more information on annotations in YouTube’s help center.