As international students return to campuses, postsecondary institutions should continue to focus on digital learning, write Chie Adachi and Ly Tran. Adachi and Tran argue that education cannot go back to the way it was pre-COVID-19. The pivot to online education provided new opportunities to international students, such as flexible access, multi-modality, multiple platforms and channels for feedback, and captions on recorded materials. The authors recommend that institutions instead build on the work they have already done to improve their digital education systems by offering more flexibility and hybrid learning, promoting belonging and online communities, caring for student well-being, and internationalizing learning for all students to engage them in local and global issues. The Conversation (AU) Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.