ThinkWrite Headsets: A Collaboration Tool

I received an email from a good friend of mine Lisa Dabbs about writing a blog post for ThinkWrite.  I reached out to ThinkWrite and they sent some headsets for me to try and write a blog about.  I received the ThinkWrite headset in the mail and the first thing I noticed was they were really big.  Sorta like the Beats or JBL earphones.  I have become accustomed to smaller ear buds and wasn’t too sure how I would use this ThinkWrite headset.  However, I noticed right away the headset had a microphone that was physically attached. I thought it was a cool feature because people have a hard time hearing me at times with my current ear buds.  I tried it out and actually really enjoyed the microphone feature.  I started using the headsets to listen and engage in my many conversation with fellow educators on Voxer.  I now use the ThinkWrite headsets as a means to collaborate on video conference calls such as google hangouts, appear.in, and even adobe connect.  During online conversations, people are able to hear me clearly and the headset have a pretty good sound quality.  

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