The Linear Algebra OCW is great if you do all the exercise and read the book as you study. For Calculus it's not so great, though the ODE course is fine.
This kind of courses from UPenn are really good if you need to refresh single variable, though I did an older version were all the courses were given together than I can't find in the current Coursera: https://www.coursera.org/learn/single-variable-calculus
I'm going to plug Calculus: Single Variable from the University of Pennsylvania on Coursera ( https://www.coursera.org/learn/single-variable-calculus ).
This was the best Calculus course I've taken online.
without a doubt: Calculus in a single variable with Robert Ghrist https://www.coursera.org/learn/single-variable-calculus
for lots of people here it'll revisit some material you learnt at school but it does go further and the materials are fantastic and the exam at the end is no pushover either.
The OSU Coursera course you recommended isn't bad, but the UPenn course I feel is higher quality.