I believe calculus is best learned through four or five short
lectures each week throughout a 14week semester, and this course of
video lectures is designed for such a format. It should go without
saying that you should also read your text actively and work LOTS
of problems yourself for practice. Ideally you will also meet as a
class or small group at least once per week for discussions, problem
sessions, quizzes and tests. Although working together offers
crucial benefits, independence is much more important than group
work. Learning calculus well requires countless hours of
solitary study and practice. These lectures are in the form of screencast slideshows. They are designed to be textbookindependent, but nonetheless should be accompanied by a good textbook. The sequencing and notation matches most standard calculus texts. The content, approach and pacing is informed by my experiences teaching Calculus more than 50 times. The lectures in Part 1 (Functions) are a review of algebra and trigonometry, which are the foundations for Calculus I. Ideally you should already know this material. However, most students enter Calculus I with insufficient mastery of it; Part 1 is designed for them. The lectures are on Kaltura and YouTube. Below, click on the platform you prefer. (You may need a VCU domain for Kaltura.) Here is a link to my Calculus I Page. 
PART 1: Function Review  
Lecture 1 A Thumbnail Sketch of Calculus I [Kaltura  YouTube] (22 minutes) 
Lecture 2 Function Fundamentals [Kaltura  YouTube] (36 minutes) 
Lecture 3A Trig Review, Part A [Kaltura  YouTube] (46 minutes) 
Lecture 3B Trig Review, Part B [Kaltura  YouTube] (47 minutes) 
Lecture 4 Inverse Functions [Kaltura  YouTube] (32 minutes) 
Lecture 5A Exponential Functions [Kaltura  YouTube] (25 minutes) 
Lecture 5B Logarithms [Kaltura  YouTube] (37 minutes) 
Lecture 5C Natural Exponential & Log Functions [Kaltura  YouTube] (30 minutes) 
Lecture 5D Why e Is the Best Base (optional) [Kaltura  YouTube] (18 minutes) 
Lecture 6A Inverse Trig Functions, Part A [Kaltura  YouTube] (43 minutes) 
Lecture 6B Inverse Trig Functions, Part B [Kaltura  YouTube] (44 minutes) 

PART 2: Limits  
Lecture 7 Motivation for Limits [Kaltura  YouTube] (18 minutes) 
Lecture 8A Introduction to Limits [Kaltura  YouTube] (27 minutes) 
Lecture 8B Limit Laws [Kaltura  YouTube] (31 minutes) 
Lecture 9 Computing Limits Algebraically [Kaltura  YouTube] (35 minutes) 
Lecture 10A Limits of Trig Functions [Kaltura  YouTube] (28 minutes) 
Lecture 10B The Squeeze Theorem [Kaltura  YouTube] (19 minutes) 
Lecture 11 Continuity & Limits of Compositions [Kaltura  YouTube] (43 minutes) 
Lecture 12 Infinite Limits [Kaltura  YouTube] (46 minutes) 
Lecture 13A Limits at Infinity [Kaltura  YouTube] (28 minutes) 
Lecture 13B Limits at Infinity, continued [Kaltura  YouTube] (35 minutes) 
Lecture 14 Formal Definitions of Limits (optional) To be posted 

PART 3. Differentiation  
Lecture 15 Slopes of Tangents [Kaltura  YouTube] (39 minutes) 
Lecture 16 The Derivative [Kaltura  YouTube] (38 minutes) 
Lecture 17 Derivative Rules [Kaltura  YouTube] (45 minutes) 
Lecture 18A Notation and Examples [Kaltura  YouTube] (30 minutes) 
Lecture 18B Differentiability [Kaltura  YouTube] (15 minutes) 
Lecture 19 The Derivative of e^{x} [Kaltura  YouTube] (31 minutes) 
Lecture 20 Product and Quotient Rules [Kaltura  YouTube] (46 minutes) 
Lecture 21 Derivatives of Trig Functions [Kaltura  YouTube] (35 minutes) 
Lecture
22 Higher Derivatives [Kaltura  YouTube] (12 minutes) 
Lecture
23A The Chain Rule, Part A [Kaltura  YouTube] (41 minutes) 
Lecture
23B The Chain Rule, Part B [Kaltura  YouTube] (36 minutes) 
Lecture
24 Derivatives of Inverses and Logarithms [Kaltura  YouTube] (39 minutes) 
Lecture 25 Derivatives of Inverse Trig Functions [Kaltura  YouTube] (34 minutes) 
Lecture
26 Meanings of the Derivative [Kaltura  YouTube] (47 minutes) 
Lecture
27 Implicit Differentiation [Kaltura  YouTube] (57 minutes) 
Lecture 28 Logarithmic Differentiation [Kaltura  YouTube] (29 minutes) 
Lecture 29 Related Rates [Kaltura  YouTube] (39 minutes) 

PART 4. Applications of Differentiation  
Lecture 30 IncreaseDecrease [Kaltura  YouTube] (27 minutes) 
Lecture 31 Local Extrema & First Derivative Test [Kaltura  YouTube] (38 minutes) 
Lecture 32A Concavity and Curve Sketching [Kaltura  YouTube] (25 minutes) 
Lecture 32B Second Derivative Test [Kaltura  YouTube] (37 minutes) 
Lecture 33 Global Extrema [Kaltura  YouTube] (35 minutes) 
Lecture 34A Optimization Problems [Kaltura  YouTube] (46 minutes) 
Lecture 34B Optimization Problems (More Examples) [Kaltura  YouTube] (32 minutes) 
Lecture 35 The Mean Value Theorem [Kaltura  YouTube] (13 minutes) Also see the short (13 minute) 1966 film The Theorem of the Mean Policeman 
Lecture 36A Linear Approximation [Kaltura  YouTube] (11 minutes) 
Lecture 36B Newton's Method [Kaltura  YouTube] (28 minutes) 
Lecture 37A L'Hopital's Rule; forms 0/0 and ∞/∞ [Kaltura  YouTube] (30 minutes) 
Lecture 37B Indeterminate forms 0·∞ and ∞∞ [Kaltura  YouTube] (38 minutes) 
Lecture 37C Indeterminate forms ∞^{0}, 1^{∞} and 0^{0} [Kaltura  YouTube] (30 minutes) 

PART 5. Integration  
Lecture 38 Antiderivatives [Kaltura  YouTube] (35 minutes) 
Lecture 39A Initial Value Problems [Kaltura  YouTube] (21 minutes) 
Lecture 39B Differentials [Kaltura  YouTube] (19 minutes) 
Lecture 39C Differential Equations [Kaltura  YouTube] (25 minutes) 
Lecture 40 Area [Kaltura  YouTube] (41 minutes) 
Lecture 41A Definite Integrals [Kaltura  YouTube] (38 minutes) 
Lecture 41B Other Formulations of Definite Integrals [Kaltura  YouTube] (29 minutes) 
Lecture 42 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus [Kaltura  YouTube] (40 minutes) 
Lecture 43 More on the Fundamental Theorem [Kaltura  YouTube] (41 minutes) 
Lecture 44A The Substitution Rule [Kaltura  YouTube] (41 minutes) 
Lecture 44B More Substitution Examples [Kaltura  YouTube] (21 minutes) 
Lecture 44C Substitution in Definite Integrals [Kaltura  YouTube] (26 minutes) 
Lecture 45A What to Do when Substitution Fails [Kaltura  YouTube] (17 minutes) 
Lecture 45B Summary: Working with Calculus [Kaltura  YouTube] (21 minutes) 