W3C uses a number of online tools for work, education, and outreach.
Most W3C work is conducted on archived mailing lists. Each mailing list has its own purpose: some are for general discussions, others are for more specific topics like fonts and HTML. In order to keep the noise level on the mailing lists low and the quality high, it is very important that you carefully read the purpose of each mailing lists and select one list only for your mail.
The Newsletter is a weekly compilation of recent home page news and W3C blog posts, as well as other information about upcoming talks and events. W3C Members also receive a Weekly Member Newsletter.
Although W3C Working Groups typically focus on technical specifications, test suites, and so forth, we also recognize the importance of educational materials such as tutorials and online training courses to help people use their results. W3C has developed a number of tutorials, and welcomes additions to the collection from the community .
W3C looks forward to sharing podcasts and video of Tim Berners-Lee and others of the W3C community, as well as videos to help explain Web technologies.