The final lesson features the Boris Johnson months in which he renegotiates the Brexit deal with the EU and the UK Parliament, leading to the UK departure from the EU on 31 January 2020 after 47 years of membership.
Speaking in the Foreword to the new guide, Anand Menon, Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King's College London and director of the UK in a Changing Europe, said, "Young people do not participate as much in politics as they should. And one reason is because we do not spend enough time informing them about politics as we should.
"This resource makes a valuable contribution in this regard. The EU referendum was not merely a huge democratic event in its own right, but its effects will impact on us and our country for many years to come."
The resource is based on the website Me and EU, which has been selected to be archived with the British Library on the merits of scholarship and contribution to the recording of British heritage.
Funded by the UK in a Changing Europe initiative and the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), the website provided the general public with accurate information leading up to the UK Referendum on EU membership and the Brexit process.
"The website not only provided up-to-date information on how the Brexit process might impact the rights of young people, but it also provided a link to register to vote and presented features, reports and research undertaken by the UK Research Councils and the European Union on Youth Affairs," Dr Sharpe said.
"The website is now archived with the British Library because it provides a snapshot of British heritage and forms the central resource for anyone wishing to use this interactive guide."