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The one in March was titled "Going Nuclear: DNA Discoveries to Trace All Lines of Descent." January's was "7 Habits of Highly Frugal Genealogists." November 2013 was "Little Houses on the Prairie: Midwestern Research Techniques."
The 2014 series is sponsored by FamilySearch.
I'm currently listening to the one from February, "Printed Legends and Missing Footnotes: Dissecting 19th and 20th Century Compiled Genealogies." The presenter, D. Joshua Taylor, is excellent. One of his credentials is his connection to the Ancestry.com show, Who Do You Think You Are?. Based on the title, I wasn't sure how useful I would find it, but the information is excellent and has given me lots of ideas for working on some families in my tree.
For anyone with family who lived in the Midwest, especially Illinois, I recommend this group, the ISGS. They put out a good publication, the Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly. I think it's $30 a year or something. However, these webinars are completely free if you sign up and view them live.
The next one, May 13: "Organizing (or Reorginizing!) That Family Reunion." Then June 10 is "Plotting, Scheming, and Mapping Online."
Their website is here.