Due to the digital age we live in and the demand that schools use the least amount of paper possible, many students are no longer required (or encouraged) to print off their essays, documents, resumes, and the like. Because of this, peer editing can be a challenge because it has to be done online. Google (Docs and Drive) is one of the best options and this sheet assumes that you (and your students) already have Google accounts. This handout provides your students with a 7-step guide for how to peer edit another classmate's online document. The steps begin with how to set up a document so that it's sharable and end with the specific options students have for actually peer editing directly onto the online document. Keep in mind that the directions indicate that students should access Google Drive/Docs through the web, as opposed to using the app because the app's button labels and screen appearance can change depending on the device students are accessing it on (iPad, Mac, etc.) It would be best to show the students how to do this on a screen for the whole class, while they follow along with the document to see how it's done.