The internet has created many opportunities for sharing origami and making connections to fellow folders, including social networks, video and photo sharing, and more.
OrigamiUSA's Social Media
Submit this form to send material or information to the social media team for posting on Facebook or Instagram, or email them at socialmedia [at] origamiusa.org.
Join the OrigamiUSA Group An Origami Community to share the joy and community of paperfolding.
Members' Mailing List
OrigamiUSA maintains its own internet mailing list; while all origami topics are welcome and represented, this list was created to provide a forum for OrigamiUSA and its members to exchange communications pertaining specifically to matters of interest of OrigamiUSA. Here's where you'll find information on conventions, elections, as well as tips, techniques, and general Q&A about origami matters.
Join the member's mailing list here. You'll need to be a current member and signed into your website account.
Read the procedural and posting guidelines for the Members' list.
Other Social Media
Origami-L Mailing List
While not sponsored by OrigamiUSA, the Origami-L mailing list (commonly abbreviated as "the o-list") is the grandaddy of all origami mailing lists (and is in fact one of the oldest continously-operating mailing lists on the entire internet!). Founded by Brad Blumenthal at the University of Texas in 1990, the o-list is currently maintained and moderated by Joseph Wu and Anne LaVin and includes members from around the world. For details on joining, please visit its home page, at http://lists.digitalorigami.com/.
The Origami Forum
Saj Khan's Origami Forum has an active community with discussions in many diverse topic areas, organized into independent threads by topic.