Digital Curation Services staff were featured in a recent Chronicle of Higher Education article on the challenges of preserving born-digital scholarship: Born Digital, Projects Need Attention to Survive. The article describes the work that DCS director Bradley Daigle, together with Matthew Stephens, Sustaining Digital Scholarship Programmer, and Lorrie Chisholm, Content Migration Specialist, have done to steward an early UVa digital humanities project. Valley of the Shadow, a project begun in the early 1990s by historian Edward L. Ayers, is an online library of primary source documents about two American communities, one Northern and one Southern, during the Civil War and Reconstruction. Since 2009, Digital Curation Services has been working to standardize and update the technology used in the site, ensuring that the project continues to function and be accessible as its technological environment evolves. To learn more about the project and the work required to maintain born digital scholarship over time, click over to the Chronicle of Higher Education website.