Looking beyond the classroom for opportunities to study design has gained popularity with students and educators alike. While many educators write about the benefits of working with communities, few articles focus on the study of partnerships themselves. This article examines key concepts informing effective partnerships outside of the university. A number of constructs inform the article including literature review, critical reflection on teaching and scholarship, and examples from a specific international service learning course. Findings suggest that although each project and context may be unique, there are identifiable attributes in effective partnerships that can promote mutually empowering and sustainable relationships.
|Keywords:||Community-university Partnerships, Service Learning, International Service Learning, Design Education, Community Engagement, Design-build|
Associate Professor, Faculty of Architecture, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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