How do we offer writing help to a friend, classmate, team member, or colleague? We know the pitfalls. It's easier to offer vague praise—"Good job! I like this :)—than it is to offer constructive advice. It's easier to highlight sentence-level "errors" than it is to explain bigger-picture opportunities for real revision. The resources below offer starting points for providing effective feedback in ways that it can be heard and acted upon.

Peer Review (full playlist): four videos—each under two minutes—created by the UWC

What is Peer Review?

Peer review is more than grammar

Helpful peer comments

Using feedback

How to offer useful feedback to your peers

Dos and Don'ts for peer evaluation

Responding to creative writing

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