For some of you this may be old news, but most will be pleasantly surprised to learn that MIT, one of the most prestigious US universities, has started posting some its course syllabi online. All this knowledge is available for free! Also included are a calendar, lecture notes in pdf format, a free online textbook, assignments and exams.
One of courses that may be of interest to this forum is "Logistical and Transportation Planning Methods" http://ocw.mit.edu/6/6.281j/f01/index.html
. I haven't to look at the course site in detail, but found at least one feature that interests me. It's an animated Airline Yield Management simulation program http://web.mit.edu/urban_or_book/www/animated-eg/ym/
testing the visitor's understanding of revenue management concepts and ideas.
MIT Open Courseware is without a doubt one of the best bargains on the Web! Similar courses from for-profit Online Universities will cost hundreds of $$, if not more...