The Center for Digital Expression (CDEx) supports digital composing, research, and teaching while exploring the intersection between emerging technologies by bridging local, regional, and virtual spaces in order to encourage digital expression and authorship.

DCDA Minor

Digital Culture and Data Analytics Minors

15 Years of Service

Site Visits in 2020

About & Events

Orientation Video

Events and Workshops

TCU Students, Faculty, & Staff

The Center for Digital Expression’s workshops are open to anyone at TCU! We welcome beginners and advanced participants alike. When we have an event or workshop scheduled, it will appear on the form below.




Whether it’s portfolio development, website work, or presentation design, we can help you create digital materials for your program, courses, research, or job search. And our services are free!

Faculty & Staff

We offer skill-building workshops, classroom tutorial visits, assignment development assistance, and customized help for almost any digital venture you could imagine! We are always looking for new ways to support you. 


We have gathered a vast library of materials to assist in digital expression. Our compiled links and guides cover audio, video, image, design, and more. You will also find tools for a variety of digital composition needs. 

Digital Humanities

The Digital Humanities present an exciting arena for scholarship opportunities today. We have pulled together information useful for beginners and advanced alike to save you time. For more information, send us an email!


TCU Students, Faculty, & Staff

If you have questions about your digital project, please make an appointment with any of our CDEx staff. Please also schedule a consultation with us if you’d like a CDEx staff member to visit one or more class sessions of a course you’re teaching. Scheduling has never been easier!

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Portfolio Gallery

The Bluest Eye at 50

Dr. Stacie McCormick and Dr. Sarah Robbins led this celebration of Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye in its fiftieth year of publication. With the assistance of Gauthier Apprentice Ashley Parks, we developed a site that engaged the Morrison community, spread awareness, and supported the symposium and special issue launch.

The Center for Languages and Cultures

TCU’s Center for Languages and Cultures needed a website that would allow its staff to handle appointment booking, space reservations, and consistent updates to tutor staff information. Together we created a space that fulfills all of these functions.