What treats might you get, you wonder? Only the best and we promise no popcorn balls or toothbrushes!
Spooky Staff Spotlight
Click the link above to see Dennis McPherson (WMRL) as he interviews Angie Garcia and Jewel Braynt, the new teen and YA librarians for the Alice Virginia & David W. Fletcher branch of the Washington County Free Library. Angie and Jewel talk about their new positions and the fun plans they have for the Smoovie app and the Scratch program.
Braaiins! Help Now! (Powered by BrainFuse)
Click the link above to view the screencast created by Tracy Carroll (WMRL). Tracy writes, "BrainFuse might not save you from zombies (nor nourish you if you are one) but it is the perfect resource for living students looking for homework help, looking to sharping their academic skills or to prepare for a test. Brainfuse also provides resources for adult Learners, helping them to connect, learn and succeed."
Did You Know? New DVDs are Treats!
Click the link above to view Sally Hull and Susie Poper as they talk about newly released DVDs that the Regional has purchased for the three counties coming soon to a deposit collection near you!
If we were to go trick-or-treating in the western Maryland libraries we'd find in our goodie bags: AlleBucks from Allegany County; STEM programs from Garrett County; a new logo from Washington County; and grant updates from the Regional. This article explores all four in more colorful detail. But you gotta go to the Wave newsletter to get these treats!
Phishing is, "a scam by which an e-mail user is duped into revealing personal or confidential information which the scammer can use illicitly." (Merriam Webster Online)
Visit the Wave newsletter to learn 5 ways to protect yourself from freaky phishing attempts!