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.edu

(.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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While dot-gov and dot-edu sites are reliable, all dot-org sites are not necessarily on the up-and-up.
Some of the students did give more credibility to websites ending in dot-gov, dot-edu or dot-org.
However, use of an dot-edu domain does not necessarily guarantee that the site belongs to an institution accredited by the U.
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.
The dot-edu educational institutions were represented in proportion to their appearance on the Web at about 2.
Top-level Internet domain names are on the verge of going beyond the old standby tags dot-com, dot-org, dot-edu, and dot-gov.
I've been a dot-com, a dot-net, a dot-us, a dot-org, and a dot-edu.
CSU-Monterey Bay uses multiple domains for its dot-edu site, and its http://www .
The round was led by Sigma Partners, with Dot-EDU Ventures, First European American Ventures and a number of angel investors also participating.
For academics or special libraries, a simple guess at a dot-edu, dot-org, or dot-gov will eventually land you at the institutional home page; but how many of us could land on our county library's home page on the first guess?