Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) is a useful addition to pages where you need to display common requests. The FAQ Web Part can be added to a page as a straight list of questions and answers or a series of grouped questions and answers when the need for a more organized approach is required.
The FAQ Web Part is not only for questions and answers — it can be used for any content that lends itself to expanding/collapsing functionality, such as keywords and definitions or expanding on short phrases.
FAQ for questions and answers
How do I insert a web part?
Click in the content area, click Insert in the ribbon and click Web Part, then select the web part you want to insert and click Add.
FAQ for definitions or other expanded content
A polar vortex is a persistent, large-scale cyclone located near one or both of a planet's geographical poles. On Earth, the polar vortices are located in the middle and upper troposphere and the stratosphere.
The First-Year Program
The First-Year Program is a vital part of the Liberal Studies Program (LSP), which offers students opportunities for intellectual exploration, acquisition of cultural capital, and academic skill development.
- Intellectual Exploration: Because of many different academic experiences built into the LSP, taking these courses serves as an efficient way for students to explore different disciplines. This is especially useful for students who are undeclared or considering a second major or a minor.
- Cross-Disciplinary Exposure: Students with broad knowledge are better equipped to become reflective thinkers and critical problem-solvers. The LSP is a great way to build creative and intellectual capabilities, while developing skills essential to future workplace performance.
- Academic Skill Development: Few students enter college prepared for the multiple academic challenges they will face. The LSP provides reading, writing, research, and analytical skill development necessary to succeed in both college and the world beyond college.
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