In the News
PLAAY on the Move has been recognized by various news platforms along with being supported by research. These various articles show how GoBabyGo has grown and expanded at Cleveland State University and branched out into PLAAY on the Move.
Cleveland 19 showcased how GoBabyGo gave children who were limited in where they were able to go and play a platform for independence.
Published in December of 2016, it features a story about one of the children who take advantage of what GoBabyGo and PLAAY on the Move at Cleveland State has to offer.
They also discuss how the cars are created and how they are created specifically for each child.
Crain's Cleveland Business
This research-focused article written in June, 2016 sheds a light on the development of the GoBabyGo program at Cleveland State University and how it developed.
They discuss the research that has gone into the project as well as how the researchers hope to move forward with the program and how they will learn from it.
The Plain Dealer
Thomas Ondrey from the Plain Dealer gathered multiple photos from the GoBabyGo event as well as reporting about the formation of the GoBabyGo program from the University of Delaware in April of 2016.
He explains how it expanded to Cleveland State University and how the project is researched and recorded.
CSU Engagement Project
The Cleveland Engagement Project showcases collaborations between Cleveland State and the community in Northeast Ohio and beyond.
They explain the multidisciplinary process and purpose of the program and what outcomes it provides. Additionally, they point out the impact of GoBabyGo for the community.
CSU Media Room
An article featured on Cleveland State's Tumblr in November of 2015, the author explains the amount of hardwork from students, faculty, and volunteer for the GoBabyGo program.
They also discuss the early ideas of PLAAY on the Move as they mention the relationships with some of the organizations that they visit for events today.
Another article from Cleveland 19 from October 2015, discussing the GoBabyGo workshop held on Make A Difference Day.
They discuss the research that supports the GoBabyGo program as well as spotlighting the work of the volunteers as they worked to build the GoBabyGo cars.