I think I was hung up on having something to show but can see now that my intention, which is for development and input from others, within the artifact means that static pages on a website are of little benefit.
Two things brought me to this current thinking,
- BAPP Module One knowledge, of Web2.0, that has developed over the last two modules, and
- My discovery of the 'edublog' (description below from wikipedia):
Both talk about Web2.0, sharing information, collective input and reflection - words that sound pretty close to where I want to get!
So here's my next plan,
- wander around the Internet looking at the edublogging that is out there
- get a feel for the kind, type, style and content of such edublogs,
- find and trial an edublog building website, such as http://edublogs.org/why-edublogs/,
- reflect on the pro's and con's of this trial,
- develop it further, if I think it is worthwhile, and
- reflect on the artifact as 'work in progress,' or not a finished product, to create a rationale to go alongside the artifact when presented for assessment.