There will be one Live Faculty Session at the beginning of the September 2021 Trimester to orient learners to the course. This session will be held on September 10, 2021 from 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm CEST. The zoom link can be found in the first lesson below called “TSOW – Week 1 – A Research Map of GSW – Introduction” which will be accessible upon registration.
The goal of this course is to invite participants/students to dialogue in which spiritual leaders, social activists, and scientists from psychology, sociology, communication study, business study, and philosophy talk about the essence and application of GSW in their working/research fields. One aim of organizing dialogues is to position GSW as a tool for awareness-based systems change in education, politics, economy, and society.
15 pre-recorded dialogues with our scientists and activists have been uploaded and are available in this course. Each dialogue is about 45 minutes and will be supported by relevant academic papers for further reading and a reflection task.
If you want to get 3 credit points for a Master’s degree, you should complete all reflection tasks and a final course assignment that requires both an intellectual written component showing mastery of the content of the instructional material and an artistic expressive component through any media of the student’s choosing.
By the end of this course you should be able to:
- have an overview of research areas of GSW from psychology to system theory;
- have an overview of application areas of GSW from sacred activism to politics;
- find out your own research areas of interest of GSW; and,
- deepen your research questions by discussing with the facilitator’s team.
Scientists / Activists
- Module 1 – Kazuma Matoba
- Module 2 – Thomas Hübl and Otto Scharmer
- Module 3 – Otto Scharmer and Thomas Hübl
- Module 4 – Ovidiu Brazdau
- Module 5 – Axel Perinchery and Martin Bruders
- Module 6 – Aftab Omer
- Module 7 – Stefan Häfliger
- Module 8 – Niko Schäpke
- Module 9 – Roman Huber
- Module 10 – Wendelin Küpers
- Module 11 – Thomas Steininger
- Module 12 – Lukas Herrmann
- Module 13 – Beth Fisher-Yoshida
- Module 14 – Bart Buechner
- Module 15 – Ilene Wasserman
- Module 16 – Georg Müller-Christ
Lite Level – This course is delivered on-demand with no faculty interaction and is perfect for lifelong learners who want to go at their own pace and who are not interested in academic credit but still want to experience the course.
Audit-No Credit – If you would like to participate when this course is offered in our Live Virtual Classroom mode, you may attend the live faculty webinars but will not be required to submit assignments for credit.
If you take a few courses and decide you want to officially enroll in a degree program, you can gain academic credit for Lite versions or Audit-No Credit versions by paying the difference between these course fees and a normal academic fee, successfully completing quizzes, submitting your reflection journals and delivering a Final Creative Assignment that will be graded.
Live Virtual Classroom: Study that takes place within Ubiquity University, in which Ubiquity academic coursework is accomplished through attendance in Live Webinars, with faculty and student interaction being a part of the Live Webinar content. To receive academic credit, you must not miss more than 3 live sessions, you must complete the quizzes and submit any other required assignments (if any), and a final creative assignment for grading at the degree level you are enrolled in.
Internal Online Independent Study: Study that takes place within Ubiquity University, in which Ubiquity academic online coursework is engaged in independently on one’s own and does not include faculty interaction. To receive academic credit, you must complete the quizzes and submit your reflection journals and final creative assignment for grading at the degree level you are enrolled in.
- BA Level: $300
- MA Level: $600
- PhD Level: $900
- Audit-No Credit: $240 (only if offered in Live Virtual Classroom Mode)
- Lite: $50 (no credit, access to course materials only)
Our shopping cart is simple and easy to understand. If you do not have a user account, you will be able to create one upon purchase. Save your username and password as you will need it to login to access course materials later. For more detailed, step-by-step instructions you can review our tutorial How to Purchase a Course. Again, if you experience any issues, please email Veronica Saldias at email@example.com.
We allow students at all academic levels to participate in our online courses. However, those students who are enrolled in MA or PhD programs are expected to offer a more sophisticated analysis on reflection tasks, writing assignments, and in the final creative assignment. You will be graded commensurate with your degree level. Except for the Final Creative Assignment, word counts are offered as guidelines. If you need to exceed the word counts to submit an MA or PhD level response, you may feel free to do so as long as the word count expansion is reasonable and necessary.
Course Contact Information:
Live Virtual Classroom macrocourses are delivered by faculty in live Zoom sessions. You will have a course facilitator who is available to answer questions and offer additional assistance and that information will be provided to you upon registration. Please do not email faculty directly with any technology or registration issues.
For on-demand lite or Internal Online Independent Study versions, click the “Chat” button down on the left-hand side of the screen for any technical issues or questions you may have about the content.
TSOW - Week 1 - A Research Map of GSW
TSOW - Week 2 - GSW and Presencing
TSOW - Week 3 - GSW as Awareness-based Systems Change
TSOW - Week 4 - Witnessing Awareness Mode
TSOW - Week 5 - GSW as Sacred Activism: Public Witnessing
TSOW - Week 6 - GSW and Responsible Cultural Leadership
TSOW - Week 7 - Witnessing Complex Intangible Dynamics: The Case of Amazon
- TSOW - Week 7 - Witnessing Complex Intangible Dynamics: The Case of Amazon - Introduction
- TSOW - Week 7 - Witnessing Complex Intangible Dynamics: The Case of Amazon - Video
- TSOW - Week 7 - Witnessing Complex Intangible Dynamics: The Case of Amazon - Reading Assignment
- TSOW - Week 7 - Witnessing Complex Intangible Dynamics: The Case of Amazon - Reflection Task
TSOW – Week 8 – GSW and Societal Transformation
TSOW – Week 9 – GSW and Direct Democracy
TSOW – Week 10 – GSW, Phenomenology and Organization
TSOW – Week 11 – GSW and Dialogue Practice
TSOW – Week 12 – GSW and Micro-phenomenology
TSOW – Week 13 – GSW and the Role of the Bystander in Witnessing Micro-aggressions
- TSOW - Week 13 - GSW and the Role of the Bystander in Witnessing Micro-aggressions - Introduction
- TSOW - Week 13 - GSW and the Role of the Bystander in Witnessing Micro-aggressions - Video
- TSOW - Week 13 - GSW and the Role of the Bystander in Witnessing Micro-aggressions - Reading Assignment
- TSOW - Week 13 - GSW and the Role of the Bystander in Witnessing Micro-aggressions - Reflection Task
TSOW – Week 14 – Trauma, Moral Injury and Post-Traumatic Growth
- TSOW - Week 14 - Trauma, Moral Injury and Post-Traumatic Growth - Introduction
- TSOW - Week 14 - Trauma, Moral Injury and Post-Traumatic Growth - Video
- TSOW - Week 14 - Trauma, Moral Injury and Post-Traumatic Growth - Reading Assignment
- TSOW - Week 14 - Trauma, Moral Injury and Post-Traumatic Growth - Reflection Task
TSOW – Week 15 – GSW and Inclusion: How Do We Go on Together?
- TSOW - Week 15 - GSW and Inclusion: How Do We Go on Together? - Introduction
- TSOW - Week 15 - GSW and Inclusion: How Do We Go on Together? - Video
- TSOW - Week 15 - GSW and Inclusion: How Do We Go on Together? - Reading Assignment
- TSOW - Week 15 - GSW and Inclusion: How Do We Go on Together? - Reflection Task