Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from October 2000. Features segments on the new lab expansion, the possibility of a partnership with AXOR for a planned R&D park near the lab building at the Prince George campus, the Apple computer lab, the first UNBC archaeological field school at Hatsul Heritage Village at Soda Creek, increased international student exchange opportunities, the Northern New Media Conference, the Innovation Resource Centre, the Geoffrey R. Weller memorial and dedication of the Weller Library, and the 10th Anniversary of UNBC. Also includes a report on the Tumbler Ridge economic crisis due to the closure of the Quintette coal mine and the Bull Moose mine, which includes features on the Tumbler Ridge Housing Corporation sale and the Tumbler Ridge Diversification Society. Includes interviews with Max Blouw (UNBC Assoc. VP Research), Al Galbraith (Tumbler Ridge Housing Corporation), Claudette Gouger (UNBC Alumni Association), Graham Gobrick (Minister of Advanced Education), Perry Shawana (UNBC First Nations Studies), and Michael Klassen (UNBC instructor). Also includes interviews with UNBC students and alumni Tone Stakes, Christina Neufeld, Bjorn Butow, Jeff Antonik, Ray Proulx, Lana Sullivan, Garry Grochowich, and Bill Dixon.