Unless you bought your computer in Israel or were able to acquire Hebrew stickers to add to your keyboard (or just know how to touch-type in Hebrew), you probably find typing Hebrew text challenging. However, Notebook comes with its own online virtual keyboard as long as you installed the SMART Product Drivers (http://www.teq.com/resources) .
When the keyboard input language is set to Hebrew, you will be able to see all the Hebrew letters. It sometimes works better to change the input language first and then open the virtual keyboard, but even if the virtual keyboard is already open it should switch its character set after changing the input language when you move the cursor over the virtual keyboard.
When working on the SMART Board, it is impossible to hover the mouse over the board. Just type any letter and the keyboard should switch to the Hebrew character set. If the initial letter was incorrect, backspace on the virtual keyboard and continue correctly. If you find that the language switches back again, close the virtual keyboard, switch languages and then reopen the keyboard.