These are actually hybrid courses where expert guest lecturers present material to students via the internet in a class run by a resident faculty member. The idea of an OLCC is to give opportunites for schools to offer classes in subjects for which resident faculty may not have expertise in.
OLCC I: Spring 1996 - Environmental and Industrial Chemistry
OLCC II: Spring 1998 - Envirionmental and Industrial Chemistry
OLCC III: Fall 1998 - Pharmaceuticals, Their Discovery, Regulation and Manufacture
OLCC IV: Spring 2000 - Environmental and Industrial Chemistry
OLCC V: Fall 2004- Chemical Safety: Protecting Ourselves And Our Environment
We are currently developing an OLCC on Cheminformatics. The objective of this course would be to allow schools the ability to offer students a course on the latest cheminformatics technologies, and how social and semantic web applications can enhance knowldege acquisition and the discovery process in the chemical sciences. Please contact Bob Belford (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like more information on the Cheminformatic OLCC.
The Cheminformatics OLCC will be hosted on a new server and we are posting information at this temporary OLCC site.