Review of Interactive Storytelling at the New York Times by Elif Koc

Twelve NYU undergrads in Professor Jay Rosen's spring 2015 class, "The Future of the New York Times," have been studying all aspects of the legendary news organization. How is the NYT changing the way it is telling stories?

Class member Elif Koc writes "interactive storytelling takes traditional elements of journalism — words, pictures, data, videos, etc. — and uses web technologies to blend them into an immersive and unique online experience, often allowing the audience to interact with the content. The best way to get a grasp on this type of content is by playing around with it yourself! "

Below is a link to the NYU Students review of the NYT interactive storytelling. There are also links to the best of the New York Times interactive features from 2013 and 2014.