Ordering & Billing

How to order and configure your products and manage your OCLC account

United States and Canada contacts:

T: 614-764-6000 / 800-848-5878
F: 614-764-6096
E:
orders@oclc.org

 

Australia and New Zealand contacts:

Level 8, 310 King Street
Melbourne,  Victoria,  3000, Australia

T: +61-3-9929 0800 / 1300 260 795 (Local call within Australia)
F: +61-3-9929 0801
E:
australia@oclc.org

 

Order services and manage your account with the Online Service Center

As a registered user, the OCLC Online Service Center allows you to:

  • Order some OCLC services, including:
    • Bibliographic Notification Service
    • CatExpress
    • eSerials Holdings Service
    • FirstSearch
    • WorldCat Cataloging Partners
    • WorldCat Collection Analysis
  • Manage OCLC account information related to your institution and yourself
  • Access your order history for purchases made in the service center

Registered and unregistered users can also purchase print copies of the latest OCLC membership reports, logo merchandise, and hard copies of selected OCLC documentation titles.

OCLC services for institutions in the United States, Canada and Latin America can be accepted through the Online Service Center at this time. Please contact OCLC or your local distributor to purchase OCLC services in other regions.

Find a form

Find specific forms used to order or update a variety of OCLC services.


Popular forms

Access and Authorization
Contract Cataloging Request for Cost Proposal
CONTENTdm Order


Configure your products

OCLC Service Configuration
Use to configure OCLC products and services.

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