SIL has produced more than 2,500 publications since it began work in Papua New Guinea in 1956. In addition there is a large body of unpublished works about the languages of Papua New Guinea. Many works are available for download here and on other websites. Also available is a bibliography of published and unpublished works about the languages of Papua New Guinea.
Papua New Guinea Journal of Education
- NAGAI, Yasuko, author. 2000. "Towards the maintenance of the Maiwala language: the role of a vernacular elementary school in Papua New Guinea."
- FRANKLIN, Karl J., author. 1995. "Advertisements and values: Observations from Wantok newspaper."
- FRANKLIN, Karl J., author. 1981. "Creating technical expressions in the vernacular."
- HARRISON, J. Daniel, author. 1975. "Community education among the Guhu-Samanes."
- CATES, Ann R., author. 1974. "The Atzera literacy programme: An experimental campaign in Papua New Guinea."
- DRAPER, Sheila, author. 1974. "Adult literacy for the New Guinea villager."
- FRANKLIN, Karl J., author. 1973. "Cultural awareness: Some observations."
- HARRIS, Stephen G., author. 1973. "From Kanite to English: a transfer project in Papua New Guinea."
- HARRIS, Stephen G., author. 1971. "A local government council sponsored vernacular literacy programme."
- SCOTT, Graham K., author. 1968. "Taking the vernacular into account."