The role of video conferences in the learning process is often debated. One view of the role of video conferences in the learning process suggests that they are a good substitute for classroom meetings. In some cases, students may not be able to afford a trip to a foreign country, and video conferencing helps them see a live exhibit or observe a company's operations. However, it is important to note that this view is not completely representative of the actual learning process.
The proposed model shows that the perceived ease of use, attitude, and learning outcomes were positively affected by the BazooCam
experience. Furthermore, it showed that the ease of use was positively related to students' perceptions of the learning process and their expectations for using video conferencing in the future. Nonetheless, the role of video conferences in the learning process was not well defined. Thus, research is necessary to determine the role of video conferences in learning.
Aside from enhancing the learning process, it also enhances the teacher-student relationship. Through video conferencing, students can interact with their instructors and ask questions. The teacher can also help a student through live chat or screen sharing. Additionally, absentee teachers are no longer an obstacle to the student's learning. With video conferencing, students are not forced to miss class due to personal reasons or even a family emergency.