Is there a way to hide from students the "User Enrollment starts:" date so students cannot see it when checking their attendance reports? The reason being is our admin staff manually enrolls all of our students into all courses using a Bulk upload of a CSV file each semester.
This bulk CSV file is frequently reuploaded daily during the first month of a semester into Moodle. The Registrar updates our Student Information System (Separate from Moodle) and our admin staff exports a CSV file from the SIS and then uploads it into moodle almost daily for the first month of a new semester. This is a blanket roster upload across all courses updating whichever students were not in the previously imported CSV file.
Reasons can be late registrants to courses or students who are in appeal to be reinstated into our University after being previously dismissed during the previous semester. We have only begun using the Moodle attendance plugin in the last year and did not realize that every time we do a bulk CSV upload into Moodle it changes the Students enrollment date to the last time a CSV bulk upload takes place. Since all of our enrollments are manual and we do not use start or end dates we have no need for the student to see the enrollment start date in the attendance plug-in and it only concerns them when looking at their attendance reports that their enrollment date does not match the date they originally enrolled in the course. This is the method we have used to upload Rosters into courses since the beginning of time when we started using Moodle back in 2010. It is only after implementing the attendance plug-in that we noticed students could now see every time the admin staff did a bulk roster upload as it would change their User enrollment date starts to the last time a bulk upload of users took place.
Thanks in Advance for any advice on how to remedy thuis