Student / Student Collaboration

Peer editing online affects editing behavior, e.g., it encourages sentence-level, as opposed to global, commentary.

Student / Student Collaboration uses
Group e-mail to exchange ideas and pointers to electronic resources
Shared filespace to work on common documents
Websites to post work and receive commentary
Social pressure to encourage excellence
Group projects
Pool abilities (including mutual teaching)
Sharpen critical thinking (including mutual criticism)
Forge understanding of group dynamics
Organize adequate labor to produce substantial products