Falk Library
200 Scaife Hall

Malgorzata Fort, Doctor of Humanities (Uniwersytet Lodzki), MLIS (Uniwersytet Lodzki)

Head of Digital Resource Development

1. Manages organization, access and preservation for Rare Book & Special Collections
2. Creates reports of data to support collection development and other library departments
3. Supports access to ILS (Voyager, OCLC) for library staff
4. Provides content and maintaines webpages for the historical collections
5. Initiates digital projects to increase visibility of library historical collections

Areas of Interest

  • 1. Theory of translation; book trade; book selling and publishing
  • 2. History and theory of bibliography; authority and bibliographic control
  • 3. Controlled vocabularies; classification and notation
  • 4. Information organization and retrieval
  • 5. Database management

Classes & Workshops

  • Overview of MeSH and subject analysis from a medical library viewpoint - invited presentation for the students of School of Information Science (Pittsburgh, July 2006)

Selected Papers & Presentations

  • 1. Rozwoj pojecia
    Malgorzata Mozer
    Acta Universitatis Lodziensis, Folia Librorum 2 (1991), pp. 171-198.
  • 2. Bestsellers, popular literature and American publishers' practices in the contemporary Polish book market,
    Malgorzata Mozer
    Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association conference (Philadelphia, PA April 1995)
  • 3. Bestseller na rynku ksiazki w Stanach Zjednoczonych [The bestseller on the United States book market]
    Malgorzata Mozer
    Acta Universitatis Lodziensis, Folia Librorum 8(1998), pp. 3-14.
  • 4. Distinct Community, Distinctive OPAC: PITTCat for the Consumer at the University of Pittsburgh
    Malgorzata Fort, Deborah Lordi Silverman
    VGUM Annual Meeting (Chicago, April 2002)
  • 5. On Beyond OPAC: Repurposing ILS Data for Web-based Access Tools
    Malgorzata Fort
    MLA Annual Conference (San Antonio, TX May 2005)