I have previously posted about MIT OpenCourseWare.  There is actually a site that essentially aggregates courses from all over the web and from a number of different learning institutions, and then provides a link for you to access that particular course and the related resources.  Check it out at:
Online Courses Directory

Here are a couple of examples of courses that you can access (Blender, and programming in C):

For example, there is this 2002 course on Computational Design for Housing, and you can download a ZIP file containing all of the Study Materials.

A few other courses of interest:
Computational Design I: Theory and Applications, Fall 2005

Inquiry into Computation and Design, Fall 2006

Drawings & Numbers: Five Centuries of Digital Design, Fall 2002

Just click on the Download Course Materials link in the left sidebar of any of the OpenCourseWare pages to access the ZIP package for that course:

Check out more architectural courses at:
Architecture | Courses | MIT OpenCourseWare