The digitized world actually offers students a great many opportunities: for communication, for learning, for inspiration and presentation.
But Google and YouTube alone are not enough to learn more successfully. Just because we have quick access to knowledge doesn't mean it will stick in the long term. The "all-knowing" tools are missing a crucial key - didactic framing. Existing online platforms, for example, rely primarily on videos. This makes it much easier to convey some topics. The big disadvantage: You can't search or work efficiently in videos.
And of course, digitization has not completely bypassed our universities. Different learning management systems have long been in use. But to be honest, they are often only used to upload lecture notes and PDFs. At this point, students lack the structure that makes learning more successful.