Although similar to writing an essay or article, following these steps makes it easier to represent your research and your sources in a digital environment.
Gather your sources.Identify photos, videos, sound clips that you would like to include on your website. Make sure that you have the rights to copy or link to them on your site and create a bibliography.
Write in sections. These pieces can be centered around an object, or theme. They can vary in length from a paragraph to a blog post to a page that is part of a larger section of the site. You can write drafts in your web content management system, so long as there's a way for you to return to an earlier version. Alternatively, you can write sections in Google Docs, Word, or Pages that you can cut-and-paste into your WCMS.
Bring those sections together. Create a page that offers an overview of your website's content. Add images and video through your WCMS's editorial tools.
Polish. Play with the flow of your argument by changing the order of your sections, constructing multiple paths through the material, or changing the layout of your images.