From a note sent me by my colleague Richard C. Taylor (Marquette University):
This is just a note to let you know that the global / international graduate course on Aquinas which Andrea Robiglio and I taught with Luis López-Farjeat in Fall 2012 using video lectures and weekly live video meetings has now been ‘published’ via the Marquette University Library e-Publications initiative See http://epublications.marquette.edu/phil_fac/267/.This includes course description, complete syllabus with required primary and secondary literature for each class meeting, optional recommended additional literature, bibliographical resources, special questions or issues, five translations from Arabic and Latin from the Liber de causis, Albert’s De homine, and Aquinas’s Commentary on the Sentences, and more. The syllabus has links for each week to the 13 hrs of video lectures.We are doing something similar but improved technically and pedagogically (we believe) for Fall 2013. See http://academic.mu.edu/taylorr/Aquinas_Fall_2013_MU_KUL/Course_Description.html, which is under development.
Dick Taylor is always at the forefront of some interesting curricular happenings.