I have a new article out in a focus issue of Collections on Storytelling: Oral Histories, Archives, and Museums edited by Juilee Decker. The article considers ways that heritage materials can be presented in digital environments in an engaging and useful way. The goal of the piece is to facilitate dialogue between archivists/curators/heritage professionals on the one hand, and digital media specialists on the other, focusing on affordances and constraints of particular digital storytelling platforms. It presents a combination of scholarship and example projects to show how these ideas can help museum and archive professionals present heritage materials. There are a number of interesting articles in this special issue on a timely subject.