Adding a list of FAQs to this section is a good idea: there are a number of issues that researchers always ask about and presenting the case in question-and-answer form is an effective way of communicating on these.A good example of a FAQ list covering all repository matters is the one for the University of Northampton repository, NECTAR.
If you see someone you like "Kiss" them, and they'll get 2 points.
If they impress you in any way, "Praise" them for 1 point.
If you see someone with a lot of points, you know they are worth chatting with.
Visitors to the repository may also wish to know what they are pernitted to do with the content they find there.
If there are any restrictions on re-use these should be stated clearly.