Thank you for all of the suggestions. Here is a summary of what was learned so far. Put them on a table in a high traffic (staff, students, and/or patients) either for free or for a nominal amount. Be sure signage points out that they are outdated. Try selling them on Better World Books (no more than 10-years old) http://www.betterworldbooks.com/go/libraries or Cash4Books http://www.cash4books.net (generally no more than 3-years old). International Donation Programs Guide http://libweb1.lib.buffalo.edu/guide/guide.asp?id=488 AMSA Medical Textbook Donations http://www.amsa.org/amsa/homepage/about/committees/global/textbookdonations.aspx NLM http://www.nlm.nih.gov/services/gencolldonate.html Angela Thor, Medical Circuit Librarian Central NY Library Resources Council (http://www.clrc.org) email: [log in to unmask] phone/text: 315 256-3198 fax: 928 447-5446 This information is intended to be used in partnership with advice from your doctor or other health care professional. Any and all materials supplied by the medical libraries are for informational purposes only. The libraries and their personnel are not giving medical opinion, advice, or care.