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Newkirk Barnes was an Assistant Professor and Government Documents Librarian in the Mitchell Memorial Library of Mississippi State University. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from Tulane University in 2003, graduating magna cum laude. She earned her Master of Library and Information Studies degree from The University of Alabama in 2004.
Barnes joined the faculty of the MSU Libraries in 2005 as a Assistant Professor/Reference Librarian and left the University in October 2007.
|Barnes, Newkirk. "Using Podcasts to Promote Government Documents Collections" Library Hi Tech 25.2 (2007): 220-230.|
|Barnes, Newkirk. "Doing It All: First Year Challenges for New Academic Reference Librarians" The Reference Librarian 47.1 (2007): 51-61.|
|Barnes, Newkirk. "Promoting Federal Depository Libraries: Improving Public Access to Federal Government Information" The Southeastern Librarian 54.1 (2006): 20-25.|
|Barnes, Newkirk. "The Use of U.S. Government Publications as Bibliographic References in Doctoral Dissertations" Journal of Academic Librarianship 32.5 (2006): 503-511.|
|Barnes, Newkirk. "Online Legal Research Tutorials for Undergraduates: Connecting the Net Generation with the Law" Internet Reference Services Quarterly 11.2 (2006): 49-69.|
|Barnes, Newkirk. "Anorexia and Bulimia: Information from the Internet" Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 10.2 (2006): 47-56.|
|Barnes, Newkirk and Gail Peyton. "Reaching Out to the Net Generation on Campus: Promoting the MSU Libraries in the Residence Halls" Public Services Quarterly 2.4 (2006): 47-68.|
|Barnes, Newkirk. "Handling Legal Questions at the Reference Desk and Beyond" E-JASL: The Electronic Journal of Academic & Special Librarianship 6.3 (2005):|