The LRC has keyboard "skins" with the standard layout available for three languages; Hebrew, Arabic and Russian. These skins are thin, flexible sheets of plastic with printed characters that can be placed on top of a normal keyboard when you type. The keyboard skins can be checked out for a 3 day loan, to use on your own or college computers.
The standard Hebrew keyboard layout is the same for both Windows and Mac. The difference is when you're typing the niqqud. There are detailed instructions and videos that will help you understand how to type the niqqud in the Mac and the Windows keyboard in the sections below.
These links give you an overview about the standard Hebrew keyboard layout:
Below are some videos with more information for typing Hebrew on computer.
If you find the standard Hebrew keyboard layout difficult to use, you could try an alternative.