First of all, managers in organizations such as companies or governments input information in order to predefine IB2O according to the policies of the organizations using ITDE user interface.
In this section, we describe architecture of ITDE. As shown Fig.
The user interface of ITDE (ITDE UI) enables to input information by manager, and also report detecting results to manager.
In this field, ITDE UI requires connection types including database and file.
The information inputted by user using the ITDE UI are sent to semantic function modules in order to create the IB2O, and also semantic-based analyze network packet.
The Network Packets Collector gathers real time network packets used by insider on network from database or log files defined by user using ITDE UI.
The Semantic Annotator annotates information received from the Network Packets Collector and ITDE UI to translate as RDF triples (e.g., Turtle, RDF/XML, and JSON-LD) .
Indeed, all learners can greatly benefit from multimedia technologies, but what are the connections to autonomous learning, and how can the ITDE manager best apply these concepts to create enhanced learning environments?
Following best practices, ITDE managers must apply pedagogical methodology such as that proposed by Dale's cone of experience.
Multimedia options for the ITDE manager are plenteous and exist in forms such as video mail, podcasting, audio and video teleconferencing, as well as one-way audio and video capabilities.
Facilitation of autonomous groups by ITDE managers requires providing them with readily available challenging materials that will build a solid foundation of knowledge.
In conclusion, the presence of autonomous learners within the learning environment affects how the ITDE manager selects media, content, and additional resources.