The article discusses the use of digital artifacts to study historical fiction. Topics discussed include the accessibility of digital artifacts such as texts, photographs and video clips to teachers and students, the advantages of studying the artifacts, ways to organize digitized artifacts, requirements for curating digital archives and a brief review of websites that will make it easy for teacher librarians to help students search for high quality digitized artifacts online.
McGrail, E. W. A., & Powell, K. (2014). Curation of Digitized Artifacts in the Study of Historical Fiction. Teacher Librarian, 41(4), 37-41.