RSS feeds for search results, departments, paper series and journals are not supported by the new eScholarship website. The functionality may be restored in the future, and a full API will be available in early 2018. Use the 'Following' button above to receive updates.
Version 1.0 of the eScholarship API is now available. More information can be found at:
This development will enable us to restore the RSS service in the coming weeks.
Looking forward to RSS being restored. thanks!
We have another question about RSS feed. Trying to get a unit to use eScholarship with a feed to their webpage instead of starting a duplicate webpage of publications.
Any word on restoring the RSS feed capabilities per unit? Would this be possible for a faculty page feed?
RSS feeds for units is currently #6 in line for the developer it is assigned to, so barring any emergencies, it should be released within the next 2-3 weeks.
Since most campuses prefer to host academic profiles locally, eScholarship does not currently support faculty pages or profiles (though we understand that many faculty utilize author searches as defacto profile pages).
Support for search-based RSS feeds is not currently on the roadmap, but will be evaluated once unit feeds are restored.
RSS feeds for academic units, series, journals and campuses are now available on eScholarship!
Look for the RSS icon in the navigation bar to get started: