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OCLC CatExpress Service

OCLC CatExpress was developed to provide web-based copy cataloging, with limited editing capabilities, at a low, flat-fee subscription price.

CatExpress - Nebraska Group Subscription

OCLC CatExpress is an annual subscription based on the maximum number of titles your library may catalog in a year. The annual subscription fee includes full search capabilities in WorldCat, the ability to set or delete holdings in WorldCat, delivery of OCLC-MARC records for you to load into your local system, and basic editing of your MARC records and printing of labels for your items. Subscriptions run from July 1 to June 30 each year. But, subscriptions and pricing can be prorated, so libraries can join the group at any time during the year. Levels are available from 100 titles up to 7,000 titles, in 100 title increments. So, we offer levels at 100, 200, 300, 400, etc. all the way up to 7,000.

Nebraska CatExpress Subscribing Libraries (2023/2024)

To join the Nebraska CatExpress Group, complete and submit the CatExpress Agreement.

The Agreement can be sent via e-mail to Susan Knisely, or Fax to Susan Knisely at 402-471-2083, or regular mail to: Susan Knisely, Nebraska Library Commission, The Atrium, 1200 N Street, Suite 120, Lincoln, NE 68508-2023.

Questions? Contact Susan Knisely, 402-471-3849, or 800-307-2665.

Log on to OCLC CatExpress

Log on to the CatExpress service to catalog or download records.

Training and Documentation

CatExpress Live and Recorded Classes

FAQs and Troubleshooting

User Guide
In-depth information on searching, copy cataloging, labels, data fields and record retrieval.

Quick Reference
Brief information on searching, copy cataloging, labels, and record retrieval.


Monthly Transaction Reports
How to access reports detailing your library's CatExpress cataloging activity.

OCLC CatExpress Service Web Page
Check out OCLC's links to an overview of CatExpress, documentation, and frequently asked questions.

For more information, contact Susan Knisely.