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Computational Chemistry (Chemistry 4021/8021; last taught Spring 2014). This course is taught "flipped" and all video lectures are available (they can also be accessed as a YouTube playlist). In addition, this website is "mature", which is to say that it contains materials from several years worth of iterations, and comments are welcome. The course makes use of my textbook on this subject.
Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics (Chemistry 4501; last taught Fall 2016). This course is also taught flipped, and in addition to making use of the MOOC materials noted above (the videos of which are available as a YouTube playlist), a further 5 modules of material, including embedded self-assessments, are also available (as a separate YouTube playlist) to round out the semester-long course. Slides and active learning exercises for all modules can be found at the course website.
Prior Years (most recent year indicated)
Of General Interest: The How To Give a Talk Talk!
The slides for the latest version.
Or me droning (37 min 9 sec) a slightly older version:
A Modest Proposal to the Senate Committee on Educational Policy
Grades in Context (pdf)
How Bad Is It? (pdf)
Expectations for My Research Group
What to Expect (pdf)