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Through EU programmes (Socrates, Minerva, e-Content, Lifelong Learning Program – LLP), European Union countries have already been investing for more than a decade in the development of digital educational contents on all levels of education.

In EU countries, digital materials make up between 30% (Scandinavian countries) and 90% of the curriculum (Poland and Spain). Among these materials, open education materials available under the Creative Commons licence make up between 30% and 80%, but this share will be increased in the near future as part of the trend of the expansion of the open educational resources (OER) initiative, in which Poland, for instance, is currently investing USD 14 million (the Digital schools project, which, in addition to the procurement of equipment, is aimed at the development of open e-textbooks).