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This paper discusses the use of new technology in education. It refers to different types of literacy namely technological, digital, mathematical, scientific and information literacy as well as to the definitions and characteristics of the use of computers in education such as CAL, CBE, CAT etc. The use of technology in the constructivist and behavioural learning approach are mentioned and the advantages and disadvantages of the use of new technology in education are given.

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E-portfolio is commonly used to support evaluation process in all forms of education. It is considered to be a very useful tool by many professional organisations, working groups, projects and it is the leading topic of many conferences and workshops. These initiatives drive the development of e-portfolio and enhance its using with new technologies in education. By their activities - studies and methodical support - initiatives directly influence governments and especially education practice. The very important result is improving frequency of using eportfolio during learning process and verification of effectiveness of the new technologies. The article offers detailed comparison of e-portfolio initiatives and shows connections and its possible application in the area of the Czech Republic.

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