The EMMA (Eye Movement Miscue Analysis) lab is situated in the May Literacy Center at Salisbury University. It is a place where students and faculty members collaborate to use eye tracking technology and miscue analysis to understand how diverse readers (young emergent readers to adult readers) construct meaning of what they read. Our EMMA lab has a high speed desktop pan tilt eye tracking machine (Eyelink 1000 Plus) to help us explore and gain insights into and understand readers’ meaning making processes. The SU EMMA lab is one of only 12 EMMA labs around the globe. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Koomi Kim (email@example.com).