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TechHelp Ottawa Specializes in Digital Transfers & Conversions

About TechHelp Ottawa

TechHelp Ottawa WILL BE CLOSED
BETWEEN MAY 14 AND AUGUST 14, 2018.

Customers who currently have jobs with us will continue to be served as always. We will not accept new orders before mid-August.


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TechHelp Ottawa is a small multi-service business that has been in operation for over eight years. With plenty of experience behind us, we take pride in converting old analogue media such as vinyl records and audio and video tapes to digital formats using the latest state-of-the art software and equipment.

TechHelp Ottawa also specializes in setting up, installing and troubleshooting operating systems and software applications on Mac™ & Apple® Products.

TechHelp also excels at website and print design as well as desktop publishing. Whether it's a simple business card, menu or brochure or a sophisticated corporate magazine or website, we design the layout and arrange the printing or publishing.

Our clients include: Government of Canada; Lee Valley Tools; Retired Teachers of Ontario; Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association (CWSA); Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany; Ishaka Cultural Group; Sweet Grass Records; Lutheran Church Eastern Synod; Rideau Ferry Harbour; The Buzz Kitchen + Cocktails; Heritage North Museum; etc.

Who Is TechHelp Ottawa?

The driving force behind TechHelp Ottawa is a semi-retired teacher who, in his most recent assignment, served as a Central Instructional Technology Coach with the National Capital's largest public school board.

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Whether helping students sharpen their computer skills, assisting educators with their technical needs in the classroom, or lending a volunteer hand to the retiree down the street, Stuart Fraser, OCT, draws upon over 37 years of classroom teaching experience. In 2007 he received a Capital Educators' Award for excellence in teaching from OCRI (Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation) and in 2012 was a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.

Stuart holds B.of S.Sc. and B.of Ed. degrees and has earned a Specialist in Special Education. Stuart maintains his qualifications as an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT). As such, he is a member in good standing of the Ontario College of Teachers.

Stuart holds an “Apple Authorized Training Certificate of Achievement,” and in July of 2012 he applied to Apple® Inc. and was offered a position at an Ottawa area Apple Store. Stuart also holds a Level II Certificate in SMARTboard™ training.

Besides his education and technology experience, Stuart has worked as a newspaper and radio reporter, radio producer, a "gaffer" on commercial film shoots, and as a political staffer for several years on Parliament Hill. He is originally from Northern Manitoba.

+TechHelp Ottawa is in no way affiliated with Apple®, which is a trademark of Apple Inc. registered in the U.S. and other countries, as they are distinct and separate entities. Any advice or assistance provided by TechHelp Ottawa is done so as a private service and is not endorsed by Apple® in any way. TechHelp Ottawa only attempts to allow better understanding of said computers through instruction and tutorials. Apple® is the sole owner of the “Mac” and “iOS” trademarks.

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A Sampling of our Clients

Our clients include: Several departments in the Government of Canada; Lee Valley Tools; Retired Teachers of Ontario; Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association (CWSA); Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany; Ishaka Cultural Group; Authors Dorothy Speak, Christopher McCreery, John-James Ford & Kevin S. Macleod; Composer/Musicologist James Wright; Recording Artist Stanley Frank; Sweet Grass Records; Columnists John Ibbitson & Phil Jenkins; Lutheran Church Eastern Synod; Rideau Ferry Harbour; The Buzz Kitchen + Cocktails; Heritage North Museum; Mosaic International; etc.


Stuart is engaged and connected with the community. He redesigned and currently maintains the bilingual website for the Ottawa-Carleton branch of the Retired Teaches of Ontario.

He also designed and currently hosts a community website.


Volunteer Work

In 2015, Stuart donated his time and expertise to the redesign of the Heritage North Museum website in Thompson, Manitoba. He continues to maintain that website.

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For five year Stuart volunteered with District 27 of the Retired Teaches of Ontario as co-editor and design artist for their corporate magazine, Horizons 27, and designed their logos, recruitment brochures, and other publications.

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"During the 2008 Government of Canada charitable campaign, a number of fund-raising efforts were made in our Department. Although each one was as innovative as the other, one particular project stood out in our sector: the production of a calendar with photos of management members, which was very successful and generated a tidy sum. This project would not have been possible without the invaluable volunteer contribution of TechHelp Ottawa. Because we did not have a production budget, they graciously designed a custom layout and produced a beautiful calendar in record time and at no charge, and for this we are very grateful. Thank you!"
Nicole L., Federal Civil Service
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