"What this book offers is the stimulation one gets from the company of a group of committed, experienced and able people who do the same job as you: you may not approach the job in quite the same way, or have exactly the same aims, but it is a major surprise if you do not come away with some new ideas, and renewed enthusiasm, after engaging with them."
Huw Thomas, International Planning Studies
"More people understanding how it all works means more people can help bring it all together. Service-Learning in Design and Planning: Educating at the Boundaries seeks to expand the knowledge of urban planning and architecture within communities, studying elements from around the world and how they can be applied locally and lead to a more inclusive plan for the communities of tomorrow. Service-Learning in Design and Planning is an informative and much recommended read for those who want to understand the importance of a communities wishes in preparing for its future."
The Midwest Book Review
"It is an exciting addition to the field of service-learning and a very great resource for any academic developing a service-learning program as part of their curriculum. Students, researchers and community partners in the field of service-learning will find the information very useful."
Eva Aboagye, Journal of Global Citizenship & Equity Education
"This collection of case studies critically explores the current practice of community-engaged learning in architecture, landscape design, and urban planning and forms a pedagogical framework for design educators."