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Cooperative learning is becoming more prevalent in the classroom and has been shown to be an effective method for both faculty and students; however, it can often be difficult for faculty without expertise in leadership styles to implement the principles of cooperative learning and, more specifically, create successful teams. This paper (1) examines the leadership styles of Computer and Information Systems graduate and undergraduate students, (2) analyzes the validity of using students'doi:10.48009/1_iis_2007_115-119 fatcat:jbhu4nazgjapncv4pnbhmiuwpa