Video Lectures for Quantum Mechanics?

In summary, the conversation is about online resources for physics lectures. The participants discuss various sources, including Leonard Susskind's lectures on YouTube, a quantum mechanics course on iTunes U by Oxford University, and other sources such as UCSD's physics course and NPTEL course. The quality and depth of Susskind's lectures are questioned, and the conversation ends with recommendations for other sources.
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Are there any? If so, which are the best ones?

(Upper Division Undergrad)
 
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Leonard Susskind has a series of lectures on youtube through Stanford:
If you are looking at graduate lectures I would recommend the following: http://pirsa.org/C09021/2
 
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thanks for links, kevin.
Graduate classses are way out of my league, but do you know if Susskind's lectures are just introductory or they cover QM topics in depth so that I can use them as a major source of study
 
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I'm not sure, the fact is I'm a high school student so I'm probably not the best person to assess the quality of the lectures although I'm extremely interested in Physics and I usually know where to find the lectures and answer some of the less complex questions occasionally.
 
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1. What are video lectures for Quantum Mechanics?

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