During reading, rapid eye movements (saccades) shift the reader’s line of sight from one word to another for high-acuity visual information processing. While experimental data and theoretical models show that readers aim at word centers, the eye-movement (oculomotor) accuracy is low compared to other tasks. As a consequence, distributions of saccadic landing positions indicate large (i) random errors and (ii) systematic over- and undershoot of word centers, which additionally depend on...
Assist Technol. 2018;30(2):66-73. doi: 10.1080/10400435.2016.1251994. Epub 2017 Feb 2. Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't
James Siler is scrubbing paint during a float decoration session on Saturday, June 2. His mother, Admin Services staff member Stacy Siler, brought her family to help out.
"The Last Call”, an annual exhibition for artwork created by Everett Community College students, takes place at Russell Day Gallery May 14 through June 8. The exhibit includes the work of graduating and second-year students studying ceramics, digital media, drawing, graphic design, painting, photography and sculpture.
Anthony Vanderberg, of Everett, is enjoying his hookah. In the background, visitors are registering for membership. Membership is $5 and valid for a year.
Acres of tulips bloom in Washington Bulb Company fields, near Mt. Vernon, WA. The 2012 Skagit Tulip Festival, in it’s 29th year runs through the end of April and is spread across dozens of fields in the valley.
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Some of the faces you may see around campus.
Students from different clubs are preparing their food at the All Club Potluck held on Feb 29
A parking violation ticket from the campus security.
ORCA’s new facility is located at the Port of Everett Waterfront Center.
The college is considering leasing out the campus bookstore to a private bookstore, like Barnes & Noble.
Main lobby of Everett Station is decorated with balloons to celebrate its 10th anniversary on Friday, February 10, 2012.
Everett after the snow
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The Student Programs Board and the EvCC Writing Club organized a back-to-back program, “An Afternoon of Written Works”, featuring Katie Wirsing and a student open mic reading from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Russell Day Gallery, which revealed a new way of presenting written arts.
Mayor Carolyn Eslick appointed Steve Worthington, most recently city manager of Fife, to be Sultan's interim city administrator.
Poetry Northwest had its annual spring symposium May 10 at the Port of Everett Waterfront Center, celebrating the launch of its special theme issue exploring the intersection of poetry and science.
Local newsLYNNWOOD -- Lynnwood police are hosting the 30th anniversary of the North American Motor Officers Association Training Conference and Competition May 16 to 18 at the Tulalip Resort Casino.
Three student clubs joined to host the Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Festival Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Parks courtyard.
The Mukilteo Fire Department open house and preparedness fair is planned for 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 19 at Fire Station 25 at 10400 47th Place W.
The Kagaka Lua Dance Ensemble took the stage during a buffet dinner on 22nd Annual Students of Color Conference April 19 to 21 at the Yakima Convention Center in Yakima, WA.
Morgan Livingston was a professor for Human Services Professionals and community services at Western Washington University and Human Services 101 at Everett Community College. A memorial bench for Livingston was installed April 9.
Woodland Park Zoo is seeking a boy who helped rescue a rejected Humbolt penguin egg while visiting the zoo April 3.
Seattle was crowded with Anime, comic and movie characters as the Asia Northwest Cultural Education Association (ANCEA) held its 15th annual Sakura-Con April 6 - 8 at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center in downtown Seattle.
Living with other people can be frustrating for international students at EvCC.
Students from the Introduction to Design class were having a sumo robot tournament as part of their final project of the class.
Hundreds of people crowded Hing Hay Park in Seattle’s International District to participate in the Lunar New Year Festival on Jan. 28.
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EvCC's ORCA moves to new facilities. ORCA is the only early learning college in the U.S. that takes advantage of the local marine environment to help students to learn core academics, such as math and science, in an interesting way