Here are some of the handouts I've made while giving (opinionated) presentations on a number of well-known topics and papers. (Caveat: I no longer hold many of those opinions.) Epistemology:

In 2012 I interviewed professors on how they wanted their undergraduates to write philosophy papers. The results are distilled into this short handout, which I've found helpful to distribute (along with well known, but lengthier, guides) when undergraduates write their first papers:

For years Branden Fitelson has been telling me that Wolfram Mathematica is a valuable resource for formally-minded philosophers to explore and build formal models. I've finally been convinced. As such, here I'll collect programs I've written to help in modeling philosophically-interesting situations. (The cloud-based ones you can run instantly in your browser; to run the full notebooks you'll need a copy of Mathematica––but you can sign up for free and run notebooks online by going here.)