The new series was announced on 31 March.
Crash Course, an educational show created by Hank and John Green of the vlogbrothers, has teamed up with Arizona State University – also known as ASU – to create a new educational series called Study Hall.
“We know that learning happens in a lot of different ways on a lot of different platforms, and YouTube is a big part of that,” explain Hank in the introduction video. “Our goal with Study Hall is not complicated… We want to help as many people as possible be successful in their education.”
The new series will feature a host of educational playlists that will dive into such topics as writing and composition, chemistry, algebra and data literacy, with a total of four playlists to be created this year.
It has since been announced that videos relating to writing and composition will be released each Tuesday, while algebra-related videos will be uploaded on Thursdays.
The content shared through Study Hall will be guided by the faculty at Arizona State University, and the content will be available to view for free by ASU students and the public. While it is geared toward those who are of university age, Hank shares that the content is for current and returning students, as well as those wishing to learn for fun.
“Learning should not be hard, and access to it should not be limited… Grab hold of this opportunity because it’s open to anyone and it’s going to be great,” he says.
Those wishing to watch or learn more about Study Hall can do so via the official Arizona State University YouTube channel.