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(.EDUcation) A top-level Internet domain used by schools, colleges, universities and other educational organizations mostly in the U.S. and Canada. See Internet domain name.
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Some of the students did give more credibility to websites ending in dot-gov, dot-edu or dot-org.
Using a dot-com domain instead of dot-edu for a microsite
Since just one dot-edu can be obtained by each institution, search engines automatically rank dot-edu's higher.
However, use of an dot-edu domain does not necessarily guarantee that the site belongs to an institution accredited by the U.
I am more inclined to trust dot-edu, dot-org or dot-net domains than dot-com or dot-ru, though I do look for independent verification.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is once again weighing the creation of a dot-travel domain similar to dot-com or dot-edu.
Investors in the company include Sigma Partners, Dot-EDU Ventures and First European American Ventures.
The round was led by Sigma Partners, with Dot-EDU Ventures, First European American Ventures and a number of angel investors also participating.
and the other dot-EDU partners will provide educational technology solutions to nations suffering the effects of civil unrest, natural disasters and HIV/AIDS.
In its Series A round following the formation of the company in July 2000, Bytemobile received over $15 million from a group of investors led by Benchmark Capital and including Angel Investors LP, Dot-Edu Ventures LP, Eagle Technology Ventures LLC (a venture fund backed by Craig McCaw), Skymoon Ventures and others.
Brown as well as investment from QT Ventures, Above Ventures (founders of Above Net), Dot-Edu Ventures and Zodiac Ventures.