Having recognized that I never touch my old medical school library, I have gone through the books and decided to get rid of many of them. At this point, I have electronic access to the newer versions of all the ones I actually use.
So I have large books on basic sciences (biochemistry, anatomy, neuroanatomy, pathology, etc…) and clinical texts (internal medicine, pediatrics, psychiatry), all old enough that I wouldn’t consider them to be accurate anymore.
What do to with them? K suggested “ask the public library” –
, what would my library tell me?
I’m pretty sure Half Price Books would turn up their noses at them.
Goodwill? I’ve donated a ton of stuff to them over the last year (remember nadeclumo or whatever we called it?) but haven’t tried giving them books yet.