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Walter, Stephen L., Mary M. Morgan, and Leah B. Walter. 2003. Prepare for a literacy program. Lingualinks Library 5.0 Plus. Dallas: SIL International.
Morgan, Mary M. 2001. Review of: Learner-centeredness as language education by Ian Tudor. Notes on Linguistics 4:129–130.
Morgan, Mary M. 2001. Review of Evaluation literacy for development projects, programs, and campaigns: Evaluation planning, design, implementation, and utilization of evalueation results by H. S. Bhola. Notes on Literacy 27(3):48–50.
Morgan, Mary M. 2010. Using dictionaries for literacy work. Paper presented at SIL Session Colloquium, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks. July 2010.
Morgan, Mary M. 2006. A language worth writing: Community-based literacy program in Dangauru Tharu language community, Nepal. Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association, San Jose, California. November 5, 2006.
Morgan, Mary M. 2004. Discourse analysis for literacy workers. Paper presented at the Nepal Linguistics Society, Kathmandu. November 27, 2004.
Morgan, Mary M. 2003. Languages worth writing. Paper presented at the Nepal Linguistics Society and Foundation for Endangered Languages Conference, 2003.
Morgan, Mary M., and Deepa Gurung. 2002. Nepal languages worth writing. Paper presented at the Foundation for Endangered Languages Conference, Antigua, Guatemala. August 2, 2002.
Morgan, Mary M. 1995. Multilingualism in West Africa. Paper presented at the Africa Area Linguistics Conference, Kenya. November 1995.
Morgan, Mary M. 1983. The language situation in the Solomon Islands. Paper presented at the SIL Solomon Islands Branch Annual Conference, Honiara, Solomon Islands. February 1983.
Morgan, Mary M. 1980. Language maintenance and shift in Totontepec Mixe. Ph.D. dissertation, Georgetown University.
Works by this author in SIL Language & Culture Archives