Facilitated by Nina Czegledy in 2009, a series of nine meetings occurred in conjunction with ISEA 2009 in Belfast, Ars Electronica in Linz and re:live (Media Art Histories) in Melbourne. Three topics provided a focus for discussion: the Role of Curricula, the Role of Research, and the Role of Institutions. This report is evidence that there exists among the electronic media community substantial knowledge of approaches to curricula, research and institutions. These topic areas are intertwined in the sector, but form a good basis to approach contemporary education. The knowledge held is current and has developed from conventional awareness of issues through to piloted, tested and implemented innovative activity. The systematic construction of knowledge bases and the collation of programmes and resources worldwide is a primary recommendation. The development of networks in media arts education is also primary recommendation. This would include a process of continuing meetings to develop consensus around key terms such as media and interdisciplinarity, and related issues.