Founded in 1823, Jefferson-Madison Regional Library is a public library that provides access to various online databases, including biography, literature, science and technology, social sciences, magazines and encyclopedia. The library organizes numerous programs that include adults, kids, teen s reader s corner, and staff picks. Based in St. Charlottesville, Va., it serves a population of 195,000 residents, with nine locations and Bookmobile services to rural Albemarle County and institutions. With combined holdings of over 500,000 items, the library circulates over 1,600,000 items. Additionally, the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library renders internet links with subject services, such as art, business and finance, current event, health medicine, home and garden.