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As costs around the world continue to rise for education, institutions must become innovative in the ways they teach and grow students. To do this effectively professors and administrative staff should push toward the utilization of Open Software (OSS) and virtual tools to enhance or supplement currently available tools. In developing countries OSS applications would allow students the ability to learn critical technological skills for success at small fraction of the cost. OSS also provides faculty members the ability to dissect source code and prepare students for low level software development. It is critical that all institutions look at alternatives in providing training and delivering educational material regardless of limitations going forward as the world continues to be more global due to the increased use of technologies everywhere. Doing this could provide a means of shortening the education gap in many countries. Through reviewing the available technology, possible implementations of these technologies, and the application of these items in graduate coursework could provide a starting point in integrating these tools into academia. When administrators or faculty debate the possibilities of OSS, gaming, and simulation tools this applied research provides a guide for changing the ability to develop students that will be competitive on a global level.
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