That's the finding of the Digital Villages Project led by Teesside University researchers and the East Cleveland Community Development Group in Saltburn.
What does TDV stand for?
TDV stands for The Digital Village (digital media/communications company; UK; est. 1994)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of TDV
We have 31 other meanings of TDV in our Acronym Attic
- Till Death Unites Us (Norther album)
- Tanz der Vampire (German: Dance of the Vampire)
- TDVision (high definition stereo 3D acquisition, broadcast and playback)
- Technical Data Verification
- Technical Data Violation (USAF)
- Technische Dienstvorschrift (German Army)
- Technology Development Vehicle
- Teen Dating Violence
- Temporary Design Variation
- Tête De Veau (French: calf head)
- Théatre de Verre (French: Glass Theater; France)
- Théatre des Variétés (French: Variety Theater; Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
- Time Dependent Valuation (energy)
- Time Dependent Variable
- Tony De Vit
- Torrent de Vie (French: Torrent Life; Brussels, Belgium; est. 1995)
- Total Document Volume (office automation)
- Toyota de Venezuela (Spanish: Venezuela Toyota)
- Triple Duty Valve
- Truth Duty Valour (TV show)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The most high profile of these was Intel chairman Dr Craig Barrett's visit to Egypt in December to unveil the digital village the company has established in the small city of Oseem.
It features the digital village in Soweto which I just visited this afternoon, which provides community-based net access that promotes literacy and job training.
Using the latest computer technology, Adams' multimedia production company The Digital Village believes it can create a real Guide.
The Digital Villages project involved a network of 17 community researchers from six East Cleveland communities who helped to lead surveys, focus groups and carry out interviews.
His fictional device for galactic travellers is about to be made reality by his own multimedia company, The Digital Village - complete with the friendly "Don't Panic" advice.