The media/electronic art scoping study is an overview of the current and pioneering educators, artists and scientists who have brought about the dissolution of boundaries that have traditionally existed between the artistic and technological disciplines. The study will establish a symposium to survey the work of media art educators who have developed facilities, new interactive and interdisciplinary curriculum, who have developed information technologies and related influential theoretical, scientific and philosophical pedagogies that have influenced the development of media/electronic arts.

A team of Media Art lectures proposed developing the scoping study of media/electronic art teaching practices. The scoping study will build a historically based network and database of the evolution of Media/electronic arts in universities. The database will support curriculum development and enhancement of course development in media/electronic arts education at universities