DASH is Harvard Universityâ€™s digital repository for scholarly articles, dissertations, theses, and other literature generated by the Harvard educational community. Bibliographic data from DASH is available for all uses.
The Harvard DASH API provides bibliographic data from the repository via two standards: opensearch and OAI-PMH. OpenSearch is a RESTful interface that returns query results as RSS or ATOM feeds. The OAI-PMH standard is an application-independent framework based on metadata harvesting. It returns XML formatted data.
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