Christine Angel, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Library and Information Science

Ph.D., University of South Carolina
Certificate of Graduate Study in Museum Management, University of South Carolina
M.S. in Library Science, North Carolina Central University
M.S. in Instructional technology, East Carolina University
Certificate in Distance Education, East Carolina University
Certificate in Library Media, East Carolina University
B.A. in Anthropology, East Carolina University

Research Interests
Information representation and retrieval (IRR), archival description, museum information, metadata

Teaching Experience

September 2012-Present: Assistant Professor, St. John's University
August 2007-May 2012: Teaching Fellow, University of South Carolina


Angel, C. (2016). Collaboration among Faculty Members and Community Partners: Increasing the Quality of Online Library and Information Science Graduate Programs through Academic Service-Learning. Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning, 10(1-2). pp. 4-14. doe: 10.1080/1533290X.2016.1240741

Angel, C. (2011). Gap analysis of the University of South Carolina’s Digital Collections Department. OCLC Systems & Services Information, 27(2). doi:

Angel, C. & Robinson, G. (submitted 2016). Lessons Learned: Using ePortfolios as an Assessment Tool within the Division of Library & Information Science (DLIS) Program at St. John’s University. International Journal of ePortfolio’s, 27 pages; Authored by Christine Angel (60%) and Gina Robinson (40%), IPR

Fuchs, Caroline and Christine Angel. [Accepted Book Proposal Pending Publication, 2017]. Organization, Representation and Description through the Digital Age: Information in Libraries, Archives and Museums, De Gruyter Saur Publishing Company. Aim and Scope (See