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1. The reflection developed in this chapter was largely elaborated during my work at Ubisoft as Strategic Innovation Lab manager
2. The My Coach series includes multiple games such as My Word Coach, My Weight Loss Coach, My Spanish Coach, and My SAT Coach. See http://mycoachgames.us.ubi.com/.
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