This survey of Second Story Web sites reveals our ceaseless passion for pioneering new types of online experiences. These diverse sites include interpretive storytelling experiences, information-rich collection browsing, playful educational activities, immersive navigable worlds, and entertaining promotions. In addition to giving visitors easy access to content, powerful tools, and an apparatus for scholarly research, our sites aim at sparking visitors’ curiosity to travel paths they may not have imagined.

Take a journey on the path to diplomacy with this educational Web site. To capture the spirit of this important facet of government, Second Story created a site that would lead visitors through a diversity of stories that exemplify diplomacy.

This site supports the exhibit, Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness, with a wealth of image galleries, an interactive timeline, and educational resources.

DocsTeach harnesses the vast resources of the National Archives and empowers educators with a flight of online tools to apply primary resources in the classroom.

Archaeological artifacts from the Presidio of San Francisco reawaken in this versatile and enlightening Web site.

Vibrant, 360 degree illustrations of The New York Botanical Garden’s glass Conservatory provide an interactive world to discover botany in this educational and colorful Web site.