About Me



Miguel Ramlatchan is the Assistant Vice President for Technology in Old Dominion University’s Office of Distance Learning. Old Dominion University is a public doctoral research institution with its main campus in Norfolk, VA., and has been a pioneer in technology delivered distance learning since the mid-1980s. ODUOnline has graduated over 12,000+ students through broadcast, online, video conferencing, video streaming, and telepresence technologies from across the U.S. and the world. Video and multimedia are used extensively in ODU’s online classes, and the University continues to explore and experiment with new tools, technologies, and techniques. Miguel received his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering in 1998, and his master’s in Engineering Management in 2001, both from ODU.  Miguel is responsible for instructional system design, operational support, video production, engineering, and technical support for online students, instructors, and staff.  This summer Miguel will finish his PhD in Instructional Design and Technology, also from ODU, and will continue research into applied multimedia learning tools, systems, and techniques as part of the new Distance Learning FUSION Lab research center.