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This second issue of the Journal of Learning Analytics in 2017 is the first edited by the full new journal editorial team. As the baton is passed on, we would like to thank the founding editors for their work initiating the journal and nurturing its development over the past several years. We look forward to continuing that tradition of excellence. This issue includes four research paper contributions, and a special section on the ‘Shape of Educational Data’. This editorial is also an opportunity for us to reflect on the development of the journal so far, and describe some changes we are making to continue the expansion and maturation of a growing community of learning analytics researchers and practitioners.
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Knight, S., Wise, A. F., Ochoa, X., & Hershkovitz, A. (2017). Learning Analytics: Looking to the Future. Journal of Learning Analytics, 4(2), 1–5. https://doi.org/10.18608/jla.2017.42.1
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