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Accordions Microtemplate

The Accordion microtemplate acts much like the FAQ microtemplate, in that it collapses text in order to tighten and style your page. This is a good way to feature a list of important ideas or resources on your page. Selecting this template places the same code on your page as the faq, but with "accordion collapsed" and "/accordion" framing the template. Here's what it adds:

  • Bracketed "accordion collapsed" and "/accordion" tags, denoting the beginning and end of the FAQ list. 
  • Question titles styled as Header 2s
  • Answers of body text immediately below the Header 2 question, styled as 'Normal' text. 
    • This answer area can be any sort of content and will all collapse under the Question Header 2 above it until another Header 2 appears

Here's an example:

Program Areas

Program Title and Type
Program Name Program Type
Art Teaching Credential Program Initial Single Subject Credential
Career and Technical Education Designated Subject Credential
Curriculum and Instruction Master's Degree
Dual Language Development Master's Degree
Early Childhood Education Master's Degree
Mathematics Education Master's Degree
Multiple Subject Credential Program (MSCP) Initial Credential
Reading and Literacy Added Authorization Certificate
Urband Dual Credential Program (UDCP) Initial Credential

Student Development in Higher Education

Student Development in Higher Education (SDHE) is a unique field of professional practice in U.S. higher education. The field attracts those who are interested in post secondary education career opportunities, both in- and outside the classroom. The profession is focused on student-centered learning, drawing upon an established and growing body of research, based in traditional disciplines, emerging theoretical perspectives, and principles of human diversity and potential. The SDHE program seeks to develop reflective, scholar-practitioners with an understanding of  

  • The multiple needs of college students
  • The interaction of the learners with the college environment
  • Learning styles
  • Diversity and multicultural issues
  • Program development
  • The use of developmental and counseling theory in assisting students
  • The role of the student development educator in collaborative relationships with faculty and others to support the holistic development of students
  • Assessment and evaluation
  • Graduates of the program enter the profession able to apply theory to practice and to integrate research using the tenets of counseling, student development, administration, leadership, and multicultural issues in education. Our graduates assume positions in two- and four-year colleges and related institutions. Typical offices of employment include: leadership development, financial aid, career counseling, student activities, residential life, educational opportunity, mentoring, academic advising, orientation, and learning communities.

Contacts

Nancy Doe, University Library, 601, 5-4000
Joe Smith, Brotman Hall 405, 5-4111

Please note: if you have a very long header in the accordion title, you may want to consider using the FAQ template instead. Long title text will be cut off depending on the width of the user's browser (desktop, table, mobile).