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The European Language Portfolio (ELP) is a widely recognized tool for language learning and assessment. With the rapid advancement of technology, digital tools have become increasingly integrated into educational practices. This research paper explores the use of digital tools in the implementation and management of the European Language Portfolio, highlighting how technology can enhance its effectiveness. The paper examines the benefits, challenges, and potential future developments of incorporating digital tools into the ELP framework.
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