3rd SEHSI summer school in Ljubljana, August 27-September 10, 2016.

WP1: Development of the program for the 3rd SEHSI summer school in Ljubljana consisted of 3 stages: 1) stage "Before" included preliminary draft plan development during meting of SEHSI consortium in Kharkiv; acquaintance with Ljubljana sites by project coordinator Christoph Luchsinger; final program development; issuing Summer school booklet  (100 pages) by Ljubljana partners (Ilka Cerpes, Vid de Gleria, Tadej Glazar, Uros Rustja, Aleksander Vujovic, Marusa Zorec, Helmut Tezak) including: work schedule;  description of summer school concept - Paths of self-sufficiency - Ljubljana self-sufficient city; information about Slovenia, history of Ljubljana, Ljubljana's vision, Urban planning for the strategic spatial development of Ljubljana, Water management, Waste management, Energy management, Public transport, Food production, Nature in the city, Useful links, Photo essay, Charts, Sources); 2) stage "During" included summer school events (see WP4) and program moderation; 3) stage "After" included reporting and dissemination of summer school results (see WP6).

WP2: Ljubljana summer school enriched methodology of RSD education as well as training materials with lectures presented by EU experts in RSD including: 1) "Ljubljana Faculty of Architecture" Prof. Peter Gabrijelcic- Dean of Ljubljana Faculty of Architecture; 2) "Sustainable regeneration of Ljubljana 2007-2016" Prof. Janez Kozelj - Vice mayor of Ljubljana 3) "Global Change, limits of growth and Self-sufficiency" Prof. Dr. Lucia Kaifez Bogataj, Biotechnical faculty; 4) "Sustainable transport- cycling in Ljubljana" Dr. Luka Mladenovic, The Urban planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia 5) "Soil in urban environments. Urban agriculture" Prof. Dr. Borut Vrscaj, Agricultural Institute of Slovenia;  6) "" Prof. Dr. Franc Pohieven, Biotechnical faculty; 7) "Walkability in Eastern Ljubljana" Tadej Zaucer, Institute for Spatial Polices.

WP3: Ljubljana summer school activity was supported by SEHSI IT experts including: 1) introduction of SEHSI website (http://sehsi.com), STVTeam platform (http://stvteam.com) & self developing knowledge base OMNIBase (http://omnibase.info) to Ljubljana summer school participants by Stanislav Iamnitskiy & Vladislav Kamynin. They presented SEHSI website and STVTeam platform; registered students and tutors on the STVTeam platform; divided registered students into 6 groups and tutors into 3 groups; presented OMNIBase; registered students and tutors on the OMNIBase; attached files: “STVTeam instructions.docx” and “OMNIBASE instructions.docx”; 2) development of the structure for presenting Ljubljana summer school materials on STVTeam platform by Stanislav Iamnitskiy who created “Ljublana summer school 2016” course inside SEHSI project section; analyzed different course structures aimed at finding the best fit for Ljubljana summer school 2016 needs; created forum structure for “Ljublana summer school 2016” course; implemented changes proposed by students and tutors during the working meetings;  3) uploading Ljubljana summer school methodological and RSD materials to STVTeam platform & OMNIBase by Stanislav Iamnitskiy & Vladislav Kamynin who performed daily gathering of methodological and RSD materials created and used during the Ljubljana summer school; 4) developing and uploading Ljubljana summer school diary on SEHSI site (Tetyana Sergeyeva & Vladislav Kamynin; 5) working meetings of SEHSI IT team & methodologist(Tetyana Sergeyeva,  Ivan Mikheyev, Vladislav Kamynin & Stanislav Yamnitskiy) aimed at developing STVTeam platform & OMNIBase, gathering the information about user experience among tutors and students of Ljubljana summer school; adding suggested features into “To do list” of the IT-experts; analyzing and presenting features that were implemented recently; 6) developing STVTeam platform by Stanislav Iamnitskiy & Ivan Mikheyev who fixed E-mail malfunction which was caused by SMTP Server malfunction; fixed hosting and domain problems which resulted in website being unavailable; changed the value of maximum uploaded files per one user from 10 to 20; changed the maximum file size of uploaded files from 10 Mb to 250 Mb; 7) developing  OMNIBase by Vladislav Kamynin & Ivan Mikheyev who merged resources: http://sehsi.com/omnibase3 and http://omnibase.info; redirected implementation (all uploaded materials are now available at http://omnibase.info, all the users and their account credentials remained); changed the maximum file size of uploaded files from 20 Mb to 250 Mb; implemented changes concerning the usability and functionality of materials uploading form.

WP4: Ljubljana summer school activities included: 1) introduction of project concept  "Path to self-sufficiency" (presentation & booklet) and Ljubljana general development plan in the context of RSD; 2) boat tour & walk around Ljubljana (Ljubljanica river, Ljubljana castle & old town); bus tour & walk aimed at introduction of project sites (Ljubljana east & Ljubljana east hinterlands); 3) 7 lectures of Ljubljana University professors concerning project issues; 4) selection of students international teams (6 groups with 5-6 students) & distribution of tutors (each group supported by 2 tutors); 5) 10 daily meetings of tutors aimed at discussing summer school methodological issues; tutors work with students' groups (consulting & corrections) within 10 workshops; 6) 15 workshops: teamwork on developing students' project: G. 1 "Chipka"; G. 2 "Plug -in"; G. 3 "Archipelago"; G. 4 "Crossing lines"; G. 5 "In/between"; G. 6 "Ameba"; 7) 30 presentations of students' groups and 5 plenary discussions (1st intermediate critic "Site analyses", 2nd intermediate critic "Urban scenarios", 3rd intermediate critic "Project concept", 4th intimidate critics "Architectural intervention"; final critic "Paths to self-sufficiency - Ljubljana as self-sufficient city"; 8)  summarizing results and planning next international summer school in Switzerland.

WP5: Evaluation of Ljubljana summer school methodology efficiency was performed within daily meetings of EU & UA tutors (10 meetings) aimed at developing strategy of summer school. As a result scales and criteria of evaluation was identified for creation evaluation instrument tuned to summer school specificity. Traditional forms of evaluating materials quality and students developmental efficiency within summer school activity were used. As a result profiles of sessions, materials and students personality and cognitive development were built. Interviews with participants (tutors and students) were performed. Summarizing and generalization of acquired experience showed high efficiency of Ljubljana summer school for all SEHSI project activities reflected in WPs (see outputs and outcomes of WP 1-8). It was noted that multidisciplinary aspect should be considered and developed within future summer schools. Positive influence of SEHSI efficiency evaluation was reflected in the 'lessons that have been learnt' from the previous summer schools in Valencia and Split. Multinational teams turned to be more efficient and invested into cross cultural development of both students and tutors. According to evaluation results the efficient multicultural communication and collaboration is a specific feature of Ljubljana summer school.

WP6: Ljubljana summer school provided reach materials for dissemination in Ukraine. These materials include:  summer school methodology (workshops of international students groups supported by EU & UA tutors; autonomous students workshops aimed at developing RSD projects);  information support of summer school; 7 presentations of EU professors lectures concerning RSD issues; 6 RSD projects of international students teams. Significant result of Ljubljana summer school activity for dissemination purpose was achieved in the process of accumulating materials for self-developing OMNIBase and STVTeam platform. Developed value of maximum uploaded files per one user from 10 to 20 and maximum size of uploaded files from 10 Mb to 250 Mb for STVTeam platform and from 20 Mb to 250 Mb for  OMNIBase improved usability & functionality of SEHSI platform and database for dissemination purposes. As a result SEHSI dissemination package in addition to project site has achieved powerful instruments for project results dissemination (see WP3). The plan of dissemination events devoted to Ljubljana summer school was developed.

WP7: Ljubljana summer school activity was aimed at developing SEHSI results sustainability. RSD network was developed by involving participants of summer school that are not members of consortium; representatives of Ljubljana academic world and municipality who make decisions in city development participated in simmer school activity and were invited to join RSD network. Mayor  of Ljubljana Mr Zoran Jankovic hosted SEHSI consortium members at the reception at Ljubljana Town Hall to start the summer school activity and participated in final plenary session where students presented their projects of Ljubljana sustainable development as self sufficient city. Chief architect and  Vice Mayor of Ljubljana Prof. Janez Kozelj provided strategic orientation of city development in his lecture "Sustainable regeneration of Ljubljana 2007-2016" and participated in the final presentations of students projects.

Dean of Ljubljana Faculty of Architecture  Prof. Peter Gabrijelcic presented architectural academic activity. It was agreed to organize workshop devoted to constructivism and linear cities in Kharkiv as well as to develop program of students mobility after SEHSI project life. It was also planned to organize next year summer school in Switzerland that is a good prerequisite of SEHSI project sustainability.  In addition during meeting of SEHSI consortium representatives it was analyzed the sustainability state of the art and agreed to intensify activity in developing by lateral agreements. Natalia Turlakova will present templates of agreement to consortium members for discussion possible collaborative activity and it is expected to sign agreements during final meting in Varna. It was marked that SEHSI project has created solid bases of sustainability by developing numerous human resources, training resources, e-learning resources and infrastructure as well as methodology of multidisciplinary projects and courses development.

WP8: Within Ljubljana summer school activity it was organized: 1) Plenary session of tutors for developing strategy of interaction with the groups and selecting the students groups for supervision; 2) regular sessions with the groups for counseling; 4) regular meetings of tutors for reflecting students team progress. It was also organized a coordination meeting of SEHSI consortium members for developing strategy for final phase of SEHSI project work that covered the following issues in the logics of WP tasks: WP1 - travel to Odessa (18-24 Sept) & Varna (29 Sept - 2 Oct); WP2 - analyses of RSD course units (CU) publications on the bases of "table of readiness" with conclusion to propose the  authors who are out of schedule to accelerate their work;   information about additional CU  for providing trainings of soft skills (acquiring general competences): learning to learn from everydayness (role of personal experience, self-development principles, learning strategies & styles, learning motivation, goal setting & planning), social skills (social support network, exposure & getting feedback, assertiveness, teamwork, typology) & personality  skills (overcoming conflict, preventing manipulation, time management, stress management); WP3 - presentation of 3 powerful e-instruments: OMNIBase - self- developing database that also invests into WP7 (sustainability), site - SEHSI diary, STV-team platform - RSD training course; WP4 - reflecting pilot training that includes: 1) students pilot training at 4 UA universities, 2) lectures of EU professors, 3) students RSD projects, that are awarded by certificates (projects concerning 1-2 modules  were presented in Kharkiv and 3-4 modules are expected to be defended in Odessa); 4) 3 summer schools (in Valencia, Split and Ljubljana); WP5 - it was performed 2 external evaluations by EACEA & 12 internal evaluations (3 at each of 4 UA universities); WP6 - in addition to the approved plan 5 books (120 pages each) can be issued for project materials dissemination. It was agreed to publish: SEHSI diary as case study of international multidisciplinary project, materials of SEHSI summer schools, selection of articles devoted to RSD and methodological issues; WP7 - it was developed the sustainability package including: RSD course, database, equipment, human resources, network. It was agreed to develop and sign bilateral agreements between members of SEHSI consortium aimed at developing students mobility & HORIZONT2020; WP8 - issues concerning intermediate and final reports, financial management, co-financing were discussed. It was concluded that in general all planned activities are performed and results are achieved. SEHSI project has all prerequisites to be completed successfully.