Amanda Montague, PhD, is a teacher, digital project consultant, project manager, and editor on projects ranging from Shakespeare to Pokémon. Amanda specializes in mobile technology, digital humanities, cultural memory, and public history and is the co-founder of the uOttawa/Carleton cultural memory workshops. In 2017, she won a University of Ottawa Excellence Award for Teaching Assistants.
Her editing clients include the Education Policy Research Initiative, as well as various projects at the University of Ottawa. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow specialization in Digital Storytelling at the Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship at McMaster University in Hamilton.