- Research Scholar at the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, National University of Singapore (NUS) writing thesis on “Parental Mediation of Video Gaming in Singapore”
- Teaching Assistant in the Department of Communications & New Media at NUS, on topics such as Cybercrime & Society, Advertising Strategies, Research Methods, and Governance & New Media
- Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from NUS (2001)
- Post Graduate Certificate in Internet Studies from Curtin University of Technology’s (Perth) Internet Studies Department (2006)
- Pioneer of the cyber wellness movement in Singapore
- Helped set up Singapore’s first Cyber Wellness Centre in 2006 and was also involved in developing a body of cyber wellness values, ethics and best practices, to promote cyber wellness in schools
- Accredited as a Service Learning Facilitator by Singapore Training and Development Association
- Accredited as a DISC & TICS Facilitator by Organizational Technology International (S) Pte Ltd
- Trained more than 40,000 local and international youths in various settings (classroom, public talks, assembly programmes) focusing on, cyber wellness, life skills, healthy relationships and communication
- Trained more than 2,000 parents in cyber wellness
- Served as a Committee Member in SiTF Industry Task Force by Media Development Authority of Singapore
- Key organizing member for Youth.Net: Cyberwellness Conference
- Paper presented at Workshop on Internet Addiction Research in Asia:
Jiow, H. J. (2008, Jun). Investigating Problematic Internet Gaming in the Singaporean Context. Workshop on Internet Addiction Research in Asia, Philippines, 16-17 Jun.
- Paper presented at 9th Humanities Graduate Research Conference:
Jiow, H. J. (2008, Nov). Investigating Time Spent as an Indicator of Problematic Internet Gaming. 9th Humanities Graduate Research Conference: Emerging place(s)/Engaging culture(s), Perth, 5-6 Nov.
- Paper presented at 2012 Annual Conference of the International Communication Association:
Jiow, H. J. & Lim, S. S. (2012, May). The Evolution of Video Games and Growing Challenges for Parental Mediation. Communication and Community: 2012 Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Arizona, 24-28 May.
- Paper presented at 3rd International Conference on Geographies of Children, Young People and Families:
Jiow, H. J. & Lin, J. (2012, Jul). The influence of parental factors’ on children’s receptiveness towards mobile phone location disclosure services. 3rd International Conference on Geographies of Children, Young People and Families, Singapore, 11-13Jul.
- Paper presented at Conference for eDemocracy and Social Media CeDEM-Asia 2012:
Jiow, H. J. (2012, Nov). Singapore’s Regulation of Cybercrime. Conference for eDemocracy and Social Media CeDEM-Asia 2012, Singapore, 14-15Nov.
- Journal Article in Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society:
Jiow, H. J. & Lim, S. S. (2012). The Evolution of Video Game Affordances and Implications for Parental Mediation. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 32(6), 455-462. DOI: 10.1177/0270467612469077
- Journal Article in First Monday:
Jiow, H. J. & Lin, J. (2013). The influence of parental factors on children’s receptiveness towards mobile phone location disclosure services. First Monday, 18(1). Retrieve from http://www.uic.edu/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/viewArticle/4284/3384
- Journal Article in International Journal of Cyber Criminology:
Jiow, H. J. (2013). Cyber Crime in Singapore: An Analysis of Regulation based on Lessig’s four Modalities of Constraint. International Journal of Cyber Criminology, 7(1), 18-27. Retrieve from http://www.cybercrimejournal.com