The programme of events for the day of the workshop (25th June) is displayed below. The workshop, along with others, will be taking place at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in Milwaukee in Lapham 252 in Lapham Hall.

The workshop will consist of two different types of session:

Presentation Session:Authors give a 15 minute presentation on the content of their submission with 5 minutes for questions
Unstructured Session:Sessions for open discussion on any topics of interest to the attendees. During preceeding coffee break attendees can nominate topics or express their interest in suggested topics.

These sessions are structured around regular breaks and at the times shown below:

09.00-09.50Arrival and Introduction to the Day
09.50-10.30Presentation Session 1: Narrative Systems 1Geoffrey Draper: An Approach to Hypertext Fiction for Mobile Devices
Heather Packer: MemoryBook: Generating Narratives from Lifelogs
10.30-11.00Coffee Break
11.00-11.40Presentation Session 2: Narrative Systems 2 Charlie Hargood: The Narrative Braid: A Model for Tackling The Narrative Paradox in Adaptive Documentaries
Alex Mitchell: The HypeDyn Hypertext Fiction Authoring Tool
11.40-12.30Unstructured Session 1
13.30-14.10Presentation Session 3: Digital Expression 1Carolyn Hill: Hypertext as an Expression of the Rhizomatic Self
Mark Bernstein: Gothic
14.10-15.00Unstructured Session 2
15.30-16.10Presentation Session 4: Digital Expression 2Anne Canavan: WE INTERRUPT THIS BROADCAST: HIGHLY RELIABLE NARRATORS IN RADIO DRAMA
Stacey Mason: Glitched Lit: Possibilities for Databending Literature
16.10-17.00Conclusions and Close
19.00-lateSocial Event