I teach the undergraduate solid state physics course, where we just switched to a shiny new book "Oxford Solid State Basics" by Steve Simon.
Steve's story of condensed matter physics starts with the heat capacity of solid materials. It's a great way to dive into how quantum mechanics combines with lucky guesses to improve our understanding of what is happening. It is also what we do in our course.
A great source of experimental data showing the problem is Einstein's original work, and Steve's book reproduces the plot from Einstein. (See also the English translation) Unfortunately that plot belongs to the current publisher of Annalen der Physik and cannot be republished under a free license. So in order to provide this data in the lecture notes and to make it available to whoever wants, I decided to take the original data Einstein has and repeat the exercise. Because we are living in an enlightened age, I also wanted to see if the more advanced Debye model would be any better for Einstein's data.