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New media developments require flexible editors. How stories are told, the words used to tell them and the images that accompany them change when they move online. Watch Janice Castro of Northwestern University as she explains the differences, and you can download the five PowerPoints used in her seminar. It's one of nine sessions at Editing the Future.
The Washington Post design the site as a way to share examples of storytelling that merge words, photos and filmmaking on the Web.
If you're looking for great examples of how to tell stories on the Web, look here. The site's authors define interactive narratives as "informational and storytelling experiences designed and produced for the web. They leverage great design, visual journalism and rich-media content."