For several years, I offered a short course called "Networked Life", on the science of social networks and related topics, on the Coursera platform. The videos for all of these lectures are provided below for open access and use. You are free to use these videos as part of your own courses with proper attribution. My preference is that you link to this site or the specific videos you like, as opposed to downloading the videos directly.
You might also be interested in the more extensive version of this course at the University of Pennsylvania.
Prof. Michael Kearns
All videos copyright Michael Kearns.
What is a Network?
Case Study: The Erdös Number Project
Navigation in (Social) Networks
Contagion and Tipping in Networks
How Do Real Networks Look? I. Heavy Tails
How Do Real Networks Look? II. Small Diameter
How Do Real Networks Look? III. Clustering of Connectivity
Models of Network Formation: I. The Erdös-Renyi Model
Models of Network Formation: II. Clustering Models
Models of Network Formation: III. Preferential Attachment
Navigation in Networks, Revisited
Important Vertices and the PageRank Algorithm
Toward Rational Dynamics in Networks
Basics of Game Theory
Games on Networks: Preview
Games on Networks: Coloring and Consensus
Games on Networks: Biased Voting
Trading in Networks: I. Model
Trading in Networks: II. Network Structure and Equilibrium
Trading in Networks: III. Behavioral Experiments
Internet Games: I. Packet Routing
Internet Games: II. Sponsored Search
Internet Games: III. Other Economic Problems
Network Formation Games