Petty & frustrating: we have a single cubicle reserved for library workers in one of the shared cubicle farms used for staff & instructors. It's got a HUGE "library" sign, plus a ton of library-related decorations.
I reserved the space online in our shared calendar, I show up, the rest of the cubicles are empty, and an instructor who's most certainly not a librarian is in there.
The rest are empty.
"service" disposition, emotional labor
What kicked this frustration up to the point of posting about it is that the third person in here, a different faculty member, just thanked her "librarians" (sweepingly referring both to me and the non-library worker in the library space).
That's… maybe a cue? Like, maybe the other person could be self-aware and ask if I need anything on that machine?
But we're a service profession. And I'm the Outreach Librarian.
So I'm here instead.
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